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A Practitioner View Toward Engaged Scholarship

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Abstract:

The stories of four practitioners are presented regarding their involvement with the Aspen conference and their reflections on the essays in this forum. Their stories suggest that the ability for academics and practitioners to co-create engaged scholarship depends on articulating common values and interests, creating a shared language that allows them to develop and execute a project and to disseminate their findings in useful ways, and constructing a space for reflection on organizational processes. This suggests that academic and practitioners need to negotiate their differences in values, language, and approach in ways that co-create a mutually satisfying project.

Keywords: Co-creation; Collaboration; Engaged Scholarship; Self-reflection; Values

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00909880802172319

Publication date: August 1, 2008

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