Enabling Knowledge Exchange: Participation and Brokerage

  • Lisa Mooney Smith


Throughout the book we have laid out a footprint for both the historical and current context in which KT is emerging within the arts and humanities disciplines. The following chapter aims to focus on three particular elements of KT practice that continually surfaced throughout the research;
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    The need for intelligent resources to build KT capacity, methodologies and practices;

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    The need for brokers to be acknowledged as key agents to support KT value chains;

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    A need to develop and test a variety of observational frameworks to understand KT as a particular conceptual framework for new research practices.



Knowledge Transfer Academic Community Intellectual Property Right Creative Industry Observational Tool 
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© Lisa Mooney Smith 2012

Authors and Affiliations

  • Lisa Mooney Smith
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  1. 1.University of LincolnUK

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