Community music knowledge exchange research in Scottish higher education
This article examines the usefulness of Knowledge Exchange (KE) funding streams for higher education community music research projects, with a case study of one particular project that took place between February and April 2010. The project was funded via a KE stream, linking University researchers with a well-established community music charity based in Edinburgh. In order to evaluate the particular value and utility of KE funding streams for community music research, we examine the case study's findings and consider the outcomes desired by the various partners in the project.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2011-07-01
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