This section of the APSS platform is dedicated to a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) developed within the SPARE project. It can be considered as a form of online training.


This MOOC is based on the methods and tools developed by the IRSTEA G-EAU (http://www.g-eau.fr/index.php/en/) CoOPLAaGE team.


The presented toolkit is an integrated set of participatory methods, tools and protocols designed to support stakeholders, from citizens to policy makers, to discuss, negotiate and engage meaningfully in change strategies in socio-environmental systems.

 

Pedagogical aims:

  • As a collective, be able to analyse, model, simulate, manage and evaluate a river basin & gather general practices on social-environmental systems
  • Be able to animate and transfer this very capacity to a group

 

Target users:

The following course units intend to prepare all types of professionals  dealing with water resources management who work towards a common goal with groups of citizens in a given territory. It is also possible to use it with students, basing the work on real case studies.

You’ll find three units on this platform :

  • PrePar: participation engineering
    This phase normally takes place before the decision-making process. It involves building the participation plan, that is determining how participation will be organized. It aims at deciding which stakeholders will take part in the decision-making process, when, by what means and also which role they will have.
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
    Monitoring and evaluation is a tool that guides the participatory process and aims on gathering information about what is happening. The participatory process as such (number of participants, frequency of workshops etc.) is described, but also the context in which the process is implemented and the impacts it generates.
  • Cooplan: integrated planning
    Participatory planning is used to design a short, medium and long-term plan in a participatory manner, identifying the needs of each actor and proposing actions or measures to meet those needs. The proposed measures and actions are published, discussed and evaluated by all participants.

 

 

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