Networks of Knowledge: Collaborative Innovation in International Learning

Janice Gross Stein Richard Stren Joy Fitzgibbon

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Networks of Knowledge: Collaborative Innovation in International Learning

Networks of Knowledge: Collaborative Innovation in International Learning By Janice Gross Stein Richard Stren Joy Fitzgibbon Networks of Knowledge Collaborative Innovation in International Learning The network is the pervasive organizational image of the new millennium This book examines one particular kind of network the knowledge network whose primary mandate is to create and disseminate knowl

  • Title: Networks of Knowledge: Collaborative Innovation in International Learning
  • Author: Janice Gross Stein Richard Stren Joy Fitzgibbon
  • ISBN: 9780802048448
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Networks of Knowledge: Collaborative Innovation in International Learning By Janice Gross Stein Richard Stren Joy Fitzgibbon The network is the pervasive organizational image of the new millennium This book examines one particular kind of network the knowledge network whose primary mandate is to create and disseminate knowledge based on multidisciplinary research that is informed by problem solving as well as theoretical agendas In their examination of five knowledge networks based in CaThe network is the pervasive organizational image of the new millennium This book examines one particular kind of network the knowledge network whose primary mandate is to create and disseminate knowledge based on multidisciplinary research that is informed by problem solving as well as theoretical agendas In their examination of five knowledge networks based in Canadian universities, and in most cases working closely with researchers in developing countries, the authors demonstrate the ability of networks to cross disciplinary boundaries, to blend the operational with the theoretical, and to respond to broad social processes Operating through networks, rather than through formal, hierarchical structures, diverse communities of researchers create different kinds of knowledge and disseminate their results effectively across disciplinary, sectoral, and spatial boundaries Analysis of networks in health, environment, urban, and educational fields suggests that old categories of north and south are becoming blurred, and that the new structures of knowledge creation and dissemination help to sustain collaborative research.
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