Moving around the course

At the bottom of each page, you will see a link to the next page. Equally, at the end of each session, you can find a link to the next session. If at any time you want to return to the start of the course, click on ‘Course content’ in the menu on the left. From here you can navigate to any part of the course. Alternatively, use the session links at the top of every page of the course.

Keeping two windows open on this course

Throughout this online course you activate links that navigate you away from the main learning pathway on to a side path of related content. It is recommended that you hold down the Crtl button on your keyboard and click on the link to open the side path in a new window.

In this way, you can keep this learning pathway open in one window and view the new side path content in a separate window.

Acknowledgements on authoring and course content

This free course was put together by Andy Lane from The Open University in the United Kingdom but has been designed with, and drawn upon the work and writings of, many colleagues in the AgriLink consortium.

The authors of specific writings are identified when they are used in the course, but I also want to acknowledge all those AgriLink colleagues who have worked directly with and in the six Living Labs at some point through the project and whose collective work is captured in this course:

Raluca Barbu Highclere Consulting Romania
Chris Blackmore The Open University United Kingdom
Marianne Cerf Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique et Environnement France
Giulia Cesarin Vinidea Italy
Kevin Collins The Open University United Kingdom
Cosmina Dinu Highclere Consulting Romania
Emils Kilis Baltic Studies Centre Latvia
Gunn-Turid Kvam RURALIS Norway
Hanne Leirs Innovatiesteunpunt Belgium
Cristina Micheloni Vinidea Italy
Jorieke Potters Stichting Wageningen Research Netherlands
Melanie van Raaij Innovatiesteunpunt Belgium
Herman Schoorlemmer Stichting Wageningen Research Netherlands
Dalija Seglina Baltic Studies Centre Latvia
Noelia Telletxea Institute for Agrifood Technology and Infrastructures of Navarra Spain
Irina Toma Highclere Consulting Romania
Javier Torrecilla Institute for Agrifood Technology and Infrastructures of Navarra Spain
Egil Petter Straete RURALIS Norway
Jacqueline Ulen Stichting Wageningen Research Netherlands
Davide Zimolo Vinidea Italy

This course is a deliverable from one part of a project that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 727577.

Except for third party materials and otherwise stated this content is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 Licence.

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Introduction and guidance