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AAAS Theory of Change for Public Engagement with Science

The American Association for the Advancement of Science’s (AAAS) Theory of Change for Public Engagement with Science synthesizes findings from a variety of public-engagement initiatives and literature and presents a concise case for meeting the articulated vision for public engagement. 

The OECD Evaluation Guidelines for Representative Deliberative Processes 

These guidelines from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) provide a detailed framework for institutions who seek to strengthen their deliberative processes, and in doing so, improve their relationships with community members.

CARE Resources for Advancing Indigenous Data Governance 

The CARE Principles for Advancing Indigenous Data Governance are a set of guiding principles that aim to promote Indigenous self-determination in the realm of data production, storage, dissemination, and use.

AAAS Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion (DoSER)

AAAS DoSER is a program encompassing several long-term projects to build community between religious leaders and scientists, and a library of resources on ethical issues in science and religion.

Exploring the Roots: The Evolution of Civic and Community Science 

Written by Shannon Dosemagen, the co-founder and executive director of Public lab, this article presents a brief history of the evolution of the current nomenclature surrounding scientific work in communities.

The Open Innovation in Science research field: collaborative conceptualization approach

This article compiles knowledge from scholars across various scientific disciplines, and presents a novel framework for Open Innovation in Science (OIS).