Virtual Learning Lab 2.0
The European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) organizes an 8-week long training course on Living Labs.
The training program, known as the Virtual Learning Lab 2.0 begins on the 5th of April! The course was designed to guide the participants through key components of Living Labs and equip them with knowledge and tools to successfully run Living Labs in their community.
The Virtual Learning Lab course is a unique learning experience and a great opportunity to continuously learn, grow, and expand one's network! By attending the course, the attendees will get:
- Lessons from a senior expert from the ENoLL community helping them gain practical knowledge about how to successfully set up a Living Lab.
- An inclusive and dynamic learning environment with tailored hands-on activities to put theory into practice.
- A network of peers who are ambitious, experienced, and committed to growth. Together with the participants will work in small groups on assignments to benefit from peer-to-peer learning.
- Assignments after the lessons to refresh the knowledge and apply it in their own context.
What makes our course a unique learning experience?
- Invaluable knowledge shared by leading experts in the area.
- A general understanding of what a Living Lab is and how to structure the activities through an open innovation process.
- A firm understanding of the Living Lab essentials that all LL practitioners need to clearly understand.
- Well-designed content that covers the most essential aspects of LL activities and different stages of LL development.
- A strong focus on learning practical skills that can be immediately applicable to your daily challenges and activities.
- Effective frameworks for setting up and developing a sustainable Living Lab.
- Successful tools and methodologies– the course will equip participants with the knowledge on the most innovative and proven to be successful tools and methodologies that are applicable by Living Labs from different thematic domains(e.g. health and wellbeing, agriculture, culture and creativity, energy and environment, circular economy, smart cities, and others).
- A certificate of attendance and or competence from the European Network of Living Labs – a global orchestrator of the Living Lab community.
Who should attend:
- Newcomers with a basic knowledge of Living Lab methodology and tools.
- People from outside of the Living Lab community interested in tools and methodologies that can enact open innovation and multi-stakeholder co-creation (e.g. SMEs, start-ups, NGOs).
- Public sector representatives interested in co-creative and participatory approaches that can be used during designing, implementing, and evaluating public policies.
The classes begin on 5 April and end of 31 May 2022. Additional information regarding the content of the course, prices and the registration process can be found on the ENoLL (European Network of Living Labs) website.