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Table of contents - Special Issue: Living Labs: Concepts, Tools and Cases

Guest Editors: Dr Pieter Ballon ,Mr Dimitri Schuurman

How to keep a living lab alive?

Joëlle Mastelic, Marlyne Sahakian, Riccardo Bonazzi

This paper aims to explore how Living Labs might be evaluated, building on the current efforts of the European Network of Living Lab (ENoLL) to encourage new members, and…


User engagement in living lab field trials

Annabel Georges, Dimitri Schuurman, Bastiaan Baccarne, Lynn Coorevits

– The purpose of this paper is to reflect on the factors playing a role in the engagement of end-users to participate in Living Lab field trials.

Innovate dementia: the development of a living lab protocol to evaluate interventions in context

Rens Brankaert, Elke den Ouden, Aarnout Brombacher

The purpose of this paper is to propose a Living Lab protocol to evaluate interventions for people with dementia in context. The number of people with dementia is continuously…

Designing social living labs in urban research

Yvonne Franz

The purpose of this paper is to develop a more socially centred understanding of living labs for urban research questions by reflecting on current technologically centred and…


Open innovation practices adopted by private stakeholders: perspectives for living labs

Dominic Lapointe, David Guimont

This paper aims to explore the role of private stakeholders in the living lab (LL) ecosystem and the relationship of private stakeholders to open innovation (OI) practices. There…

Developing a regional design support service

Juho Salminen, Satu Rinkinen, Rakhshanda Khan

This paper aims to examine how to support use of design in small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) by developing a new design support service. Design is emerging as one of the…




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