Co-creation, Engagement, Inclusiveness are peculiar attitudes in ENJOI when interacting with producers, target users, and stakeholders in science communications, but these are also practised internally by members when working together towards project goals

‘Co-creation’ strongly characterises the ENJOI’s coordination style. Each and every action shapes around sharing knowledge, skills and experiences, and all that results in a flurry of ideas that need to be timely realized and conveyed.
‘Engagement’ is also part of the ENJOI working style when concretely working on the project outputs. Partners actively engage in each activity; (annual, general, and operative) meetings are recurring and set well in advance; and numerous subgroups spontaneously meet to work together in strong connection with groups dealing with similar tasks or output.
‘Inclusiveness’ is a key asset of the ENJOI community, both outside and inside the consortium. Subgroups are mainly managed by the partner responsible for a specific task, but they are open to all project members regardless of their backgrounds: this inclusive approach also fits in the ENJOI working style.


D1.1Project Management handbook - confidential
D1.2Data management and sustainability planRead
D1.3Report on interactions with Governance Bodies - confidential
D1.4Short Policy Brief (Reporting Period 1): How to support a healthy science communication environment?Read
D1.5Short Policy Brief (Reporting Period 2)
D2.1Inception Report for the co-creation of SPIs - confidential
D2.2Engagement Workshops (EWs) contributions to the SPIs for OOSC (Outstanding Open Science Communication)Read
D2.3ENJOI Manifesto for OOSCRead
D2.4Uptake of SPIs as a tool for OOSC - confidential
D2.5Qualitative analysis of selected science communication pieces in four languagesRead
D3.1Developing a roadmap: setting the scene for collaborative partnershipsRead
D3.2Co-designing innovative multi-stakeholder engagement for OOSCRead
D3.3Report on Collaborative Partnerships - confidential
D3.4Report on Co-Designed Methodological Approach - confidential
D3.5Interactive Handbook: Engagement and partnerships for OOSC
D4.1The ENJOI Engagement Methodology for target users and quadruple helix stakeholdersRead
D4.2Report on the ENJOI Engagement WorkshopsRead
D4.3Report on the ENJOI LabsRead
D4.4Pathways for adopting OOSC addressed to Scientists, Journalists, Teachers, Policy Makers and EntrepreneursRead
D5.1Literature review about the science-journalism relationshipRead
D5.2Methodology for continuous evaluationRead
D5.3Report on the outcomes of the evaluation studies
D5.4Pre-print of the study on scientists’ perspectives on the science-media relationshipRead
D5.5Pre-print on the media study - confidential
D5.6Report with recommendations and guidelines for WP6 and the ENJOI OOSC - confidential
D6.1Report on the production, testing and evaluation of 1st set of innovative practical tools designed by multiple target users - confidential
D6.2Report on the production, testing and evaluation of 2nd set of innovative practical tools specifically addressed to 4-helix stakeholders - confidential
D6.3Report of potential collaborations with Third countries - confidential
D7.1Digital Engagement Focus ReportsRead
D7.2Analysis report on the use of data and open science results Read
D7.3Focus Report On Innovative Digital FormatsRead
D7.4Focus Report On Solution JournalismRead
D7.5Development and publication of the ObservatoryRead
D8.1Dissemination and Communication Plan - confidential
D8.2Updated Dissemination and Communication Plan - confidential
D8.3ENJOI Visual Identity Guideline - confidential
D8.4ENJOI Website
D8.5ENJOI Social media accounts
D8.6ENJOI Final event in Brussels
D9.1H - Requirement n.1 - confidential
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