Knowledge Transfer in Higher Education: Collaboration in the Arts and Humanities

Hardcover | January 15, 2012

byLisa Mooney Smith

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This book presents four years of close observation of research and KT practices in one UK University. It attempts to contextualise KT within the arts and humanities, as well as situate learning about the reception and adoption of KT by the individual scholar and the organisation in which they operate.

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This book presents four years of close observation of research and KT practices in one UK University. It attempts to contextualise KT within the arts and humanities, as well as situate learning about the reception and adoption of KT by the individual scholar and the organisation in which they operate.

LISA MOONEY SMITH Director of Research at the University of Lincoln, UK,and is best known for her work on the study of collaborative research practices and interdisciplinary research methodology. She has worked inHigher Educationfor overtwenty years, teaching and researching on interdisciplinary scholarship and business engagement.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 9.7 × 5.65 × 0.91 inPublished:January 15, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230278728

ISBN - 13:9780230278721

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Table of Contents

The Humanities Value Chain: A Historical Survey
Current Reflections: The Research Economy 2000-2005
Creativity Research In The East Midlands (Creem): A Case Study
A New Ethnography: Building and Combining Methodologies
The Individual As The Engaged Arts Scholar
The Organisation: University As 'Ideas Factory'?
KT Enablers: Supporting and Identifying Impacts