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30th April, 2020

Intellectual Property: Content Online – Confidentiality and Copyright Read more

It is not surprising that the particular constraints imposed by Covid-19 and lockdown would generate a spike in curiosity about IP rights, and how to manage them, by people wanting to share, publicise and commercialise their ideas through the various digital platforms available.     What is IP? Why is it important at this time? Intellectual […]

Ruth Soetendorp, Visiting Professor of the University of the Arts London Visiting Academic, Cass Business School, City, University of London Professor Emerita, Bournemouth University Associate Director, Centre for Intellectual Property Policy & Management Intellectual Property Awareness Network Education Group founding convenor HEA National Teaching Fellow

23rd April, 2020

Knowledge Exchange in an age of Pandemic – A Call for Contributions Read more

Introduction Inspired by a useful and rich set of resources led by SHARP Professor Deborah Lupton, University of New South Wales, entitled Doing Fieldwork in a Pandemic we invite contributions to a similar crowd sourced document with a focus on Knowledge Exchange in an age of Pandemic as a space and resource for TCCE members […]

Evelyn Wilson, Co-Director TCCE

31st March, 2020

Knowledge exchange in the age of coronavirus pandemic Read more

As I write this the government’s Coronavirus ‘dashboard’ reports 3,300 cases of the disease in Britain and 144 deaths. We are at the relatively shallow start of the exponential curve that will, the Imperial model suggests, lead to more than half a million deaths in the UK without any controls or behaviour changes. There is, […]

Dr Mark Gray

5th February, 2020

The Problem with Resilience Read more

I’m fed up with all this talk about resilience. Seriously fed up. Everyone is going on about it! Resilience, mindfulness, authenticy; these are the buzzwords of the 21st Century.  Wherever you are, whatever you do, these words are there… So how do we become resilient? This magical quality. A quality that is  clearly highly desirable. […]

Dr Rebekka Kill

10th January, 2020

‘Mission creep’ and the Frameworks ‘trinity’ in higher education Read more

‘Mission creep’ entered our vocabulary in the 1990s following the gradual expansion of US and UN operations from humanitarian assistance to military engagement in Somalia without, apparently, any very systematic thinking about what to stop doing once escalation and extension of the mission was agreed. ‘Mission creep’ for universities, though, has a longer history. The […]

Mark Gray

7th October, 2019

Enacting Best Practice in Knowledge Exchange Processes Read more

In the knowledge exchange community, no topic is currently engaging the attention of professionals and academics quite as much as the government’s clear signal that improving the effectiveness of knowledge exchange is of prime importance if innovation is to underpin faster economic growth, as the government’s Industrial Strategy expects.   For many years ministers have […]

Mark Gray

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