SSERIES (Science for a Sustainable Envision of Reality and Information for an Engaged Society)
We wish to create a more sustainable and responsible world by promoting scientific culture. We believe that when people understand science, engineering and technology, we can develop and implement solutions for a better life, together.
The shared mission of fighting misinformation and promoting critical thinking, by using art to better understand science and to create a more inclusive world, drives our community. We are casual and creative, and we believe that by working together with citizens, we can improve both the quality of education and life. Our vast array of projects fosters sustainable goals and expands upon the talents of every student.
What are the key goals of your EELISA Community for 2022?
Students engagement, Enrichment of culture by mixing science and arts, Fight against disinformation, Promotion of citizen labs and citizen science.
What kind of Community Engagement are you looking for?
Service-Learning activities to enrich scientific culture, Collaborative design of tools against disinformation, Participation in contests, competitions and lifelong learning activities, Crowdsourcing for building data bases for scientific studies, Active engagement in MOOC and in final degree projects linked to sustainability.
What kind of people/stakeholders are you looking for?
Students and teacher, cultural, educative and scientific organizations and institutions, Mass media & social media users, Data analysis and software development companies, Companies as partners for final degree projects linked to sustainability.
What activities are you offering to Community participants?
Citizen laboratory “ExperimentaMates”, Service-Learning project, Video series about scientific popularization, Pi-ensa Museum and The Journal of Educational Research and Innovation “Pensamiento Matemático”, Crowdsourcing on disinformation about sustainability issues.
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Further links: https://blogs.upm.es/sseries-eelisa