Interested in an easy-to-read digest of new developments in modelling and associated areas such as stakeholder engagement, scoping, model integration, and research implementation? Check out the Integration and Implementation Insights blog (http://I2Insights.org).
At one year old with more than 120 posts, the blog is proud to have had contributors from 21 countries and readers from 165. Click on “modelling” in the tag cloud to find all the contributions on that topic, including:
- Should I trust that model? by Val Snow https://i2insights.org/2016/10/06/trust-in-model/
- The strength of failing (or how I learned to love ugly babies) by Randall J. Hunthttps://i2insights.org/2016/12/01/strength-of-failing/
- Modeling as empowerment by Laura Schmitt Olabisi https://i2insights.org/2016/04/21/modeling-as-empowerment/
- Moving from models that synthesize to models that innovate by Pete Louckshttp://i2insights.org/2016/03/24/models-that-innovate/
Contributions are very welcome! The focus of the blog is on methods and concepts for:
- synthesizing and sharing diverse knowledge from disciplines and stakeholders;
- understanding and managing what we do not and cannot know;
- engaging policy makers and practitioners to implement research findings.
Use the blog to advertise your latest peer-reviewed paper and to get feedback on a newly emerging idea. For more information contact: Gabriele.Bammer@anu.edu.au
Other examples are below, follow the “Read more” link.
Other modelling blog posts have included:
Ten dimensions of integration: guidelines for modellers by Serena Hamilton and Tony Jakemanhttp://i2insights.org/2016/03/08/ten-dimensions-of-integration/
Making Predictions under Uncertainty by Joseph Guillaumehttps://i2insights.org/2016/08/25/predictions-under-uncertainty/
ICTAM: Bringing mental models to numerical models by Sondoss Elsawahhttps://i2insights.org/2016/09/22/adding-mental-models-to-numerical-models/
Why participatory models need to include cultural models by Michael Paolissohttp://i2insights.org/2016/03/04/cultural-models/
Uncertainty in participatory modeling – what can we learn from management research? by Antonie Jetter https://i2insights.org/2016/11/10/uncertainty-in-participatory-modeling/
Dealing with deep uncertainty: Scenarios by Laura Schmitt Olabisihttps://i2insights.org/2017/01/05/deep-uncertainty-and-scenarios/
The path perspective on modelling projects by Tuomas Lahtinen, Joseph Guillaume and Raimo Hämäläinen https://i2insights.org/2017/03/28/path-dependence-in-modelling/
Models as ‘interested amateurs’ by Pete Barbrook-Johnsonhttps://i2insights.org/2017/01/24/models-as-interested-amateurs/