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Research and Knowledge Exchange Strategy · Manchester Metropolitan University
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Knowledge exchange is the action of sharing knowledge between education institutions and partner organisations and turning this into impact on society and the . Knowledge exchange is a key part of the new University strategy. Now it is even more important as we have a vital role to play in post-Covid recovery. Sharing a better understanding of the pandemic’s impact on so many aspects of our lives will help build a more resilient society. 6/15/ · The current CAHSS strategy for research and knowledge exchange covers the period from to The College values research and knowledge exchange and celebrates the difference it makes to individual researchers, to the academic environment in which we work and to the wider world.

Research and Knowledge Exchange Strategy (/16 - /21) - Oxford Brookes University
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Knowledge Exchange Strategy document Making a difference in society by providing innovative, high-quality education for students from all backgrounds and by undertaking world-leading research that transforms understanding and brings benefit to society, communities and individuals. University will embed a culture of scholarship involving all of its staff working across its academic partnership. Th e University will also embed a revised knowledge exchange and research committee structure which will both respond to, and reflect the enhanced cohesion between its research and knowledge exchange activities. Strategy. Knowledge exchange strategic objectives The overarching goal is to embed a culture that is receptive and responsive to the acquisition and application of knowledge and evidence among researchers, policy-makers, and practitioners. Figure 1 indicates the objectives for achieving this, which overlap and interact as detailed below.

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Knowledge Exchange Strategy document Making a difference in society by providing innovative, high-quality education for students from all backgrounds and by undertaking world-leading research that transforms understanding and brings benefit to society, communities and individuals. Strategy. Knowledge exchange strategic objectives The overarching goal is to embed a culture that is receptive and responsive to the acquisition and application of knowledge and evidence among researchers, policy-makers, and practitioners. Figure 1 indicates the objectives for achieving this, which overlap and interact as detailed below. Our strategy for knowledge exchange combines enlistment of academics in a sphere of activities that may be new for some with engagement of those who are already putting their work into practice and raising awareness across the organisation of the value of application of scholarship for the benefit of the economy and society.

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Knowledge exchange is a key part of the new University strategy. Now it is even more important as we have a vital role to play in post-Covid recovery. Sharing a better understanding of the pandemic’s impact on so many aspects of our lives will help build a more resilient society. Knowledge Exchange Strategy document Making a difference in society by providing innovative, high-quality education for students from all backgrounds and by undertaking world-leading research that transforms understanding and brings benefit to society, communities and individuals. Knowledge exchange is the action of sharing knowledge between education institutions and partner organisations and turning this into impact on society and the .

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The Faculty’s Research and Knowledge Exchange strategy should be read in conjunction with that of the University. It specifically addresses the particular contexts, opportunities and priorities that pertain within the disciplines and looks firmly toward continued growth of the research base. Knowledge Exchange Strategy document Making a difference in society by providing innovative, high-quality education for students from all backgrounds and by undertaking world-leading research that transforms understanding and brings benefit to society, communities and individuals. Knowledge exchange is a key part of the new University strategy. Now it is even more important as we have a vital role to play in post-Covid recovery. Sharing a better understanding of the pandemic’s impact on so many aspects of our lives will help build a more resilient society.