SENSUM Capacity Building
Being the SENSUM consortium formed by experienced researchers and highly-skilled professionals, every chance will be met to foster and support a lively exchange of knowledge with local scientists and stakeholders. The dissemination activities concentrate on the development of a training programme for scientists, professionals and authorities in charge of the territory governance. To achieve this aim, several activities were carried out and a specific scenario-based capacity building and knowledge elicitation tool (the SENSUM game) has been developed.
The SENSUM Game is an interactive knowledge elicitation and capacity building tool that was developed by Dr. Steve Platt from Cambridge with the aim to assess the end-user's information needs during different phases of the disaster management cylce.
The SENSUM Game has been actively played with end users of different stakeholders of emergency management in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan as part of the capacity building and end-user's need assessment activities of the SENSUM project.
The SENSUM Game has been actively played with end users of different stakeholders of emergency management in Turkey as part of the capacity building and end-user's need assessment activities of the SENSUM project.
Co-funded by the European Commission under FP7 (Seventh Framework Programme)
THEME [SPA.2012.1.1-04] Support to emergency response management - Grant agreement no: 312972
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