12018-11-15 - 2018-11-23
During this first phase OH Partners were asked to submit 'hypotheses' or proposals for research and because the partners are experts in various fields and practices such as public policy, academic disciplines: Architects, administrators, financial managers, sociologists, heritage conservationists, policy experts, etc. Drawing on this broad spectrum of expertise in the hypotheses generation, the aim is to increase the impact and relevance of OpenHeritage insights in this spectrum of work and knowledge.
22019-04-01 - 2019-12-25
Fill out the Survey
This survey serves to complete the information around interviews conducted during the visits to partner sites with comparable and quantitative information that will feed a database about community-led urban regeneration projects across Europe. Observatory Cases were invited to fill this survey as part of their contribution to the research.
32019-04-29 - 2019-04-30
Voting on Proposals
OH partners were invited to vote and comment on proposals i.e hypotheses. They voted on proposals based on whether their on activities within the respective labs supported the statement in the proposal text. This process took place in Barcelona in person during the consortium meeting using 'dotmocracy' and was later digitized within Decidim.
42019-05-13 - 2019-05-14
Work on Observatory Case Challenges
This phase is the OH Berlin Consortium meeting were partners gathered in person to collaborate and discuss how to progress with their labs.
- Markus - Hypotheses (10 mins)
- Presentation of OC survey + Bratislava video (20 mins)
- Status of OCs (20 mins) quick update on where we stand with the OCs
- Work on OC challenges
- teamwork identifying challenges in building the OC cases (5 mins)
- gathering and clustering challenges (15 mins)
- vote for 3 most relevant challenges (5 mins)
- World Café - 3 rounds - 3 tables focusing on challenges (30mins)
- Summary and wrap-up (10 mins)