Space and Global Health/Community of Practice
Design of Community of Practice[edit | edit source]
The community of practice is designed as an Open Innovation Ecosystem to support problem solving by using the Open Community Approach. The content development is located in Wikiversity, so that people can join problem solving activities without high institutional barriers (i.e. being part of a delegation of a member state joining United Nations). As a result of AT6FUI and application of the Open Community Approach also the Green Open Access aproach in integrated in the CoP.
The underlying theorical foundation of Wikiversity implementation and a network is Swarm Intelligence.
Member State Activity[edit | edit source]
Organisation of CoP activities within Wikiversity[edit | edit source]
CoP Meeting 2018[edit | edit source]
If you want to propose a presentation/publication to the event, please feel free to enter a title for your presentation/publication.
- EFG-SGH-CoP2018: List of proposed presentations CoP Expert Meeting 2017
Learning Task[edit | edit source]
- Explore the term Community of Practice (CoP) and define a scope for the CoP in your area of expertise.
- If you are never expose to link of Space technology and Global Health, then these topic seem to nothing in common. Derive challenges for a community of practice from this starting point to support Capacity Building with Open Educational Resources!
- Explore the objective of a Real-World Lab a Living Lab to learn about and to implement risk mitigation strategies by application of space technology!
- Explain the opportunities and limitation of the access to satellite technology, commercial, open or free satellite images, application of satellite communication for telemedicine.
- Explore Green Open Access and the Post-AT6FUI/EFG-SGH conference pilot.
Acknowledgements[edit | edit source]
- Dr. Pascal Michel (Public Health Agency, Canada) for support AT6, chairing AT6FUI and providing the opportunity pilot a Community of Practice within the AT6/AT6FUI evolution during the last years. Conclusion of this pilot is the integration into an open Wikiversity environment.
- Prof. Dr. Antoine Geissbuhler for support and co-chairing the Expert Focus Group for Space and Global Health
References[edit | edit source]
- AT6FUI - Design of Local and Regional Meeting Points - developed for pilot 2012 at UN Office Bonn with technical support of UN-SPIDER and UNOOSA - accessed 2017/08/15 - http://at6fui.weebly.com/regional-meeting-points.html
- AT6FUI - Meeting Support - (2012) accessed 2017/08/16 - http://at6fui.weebly.com/confernce-info.html