University-industry partnerships: Implications for industrial training, opportunities for new knowledge
In this paper it is argued that universities have lost their monopoly on the production and legitimation of knowledge. That workplaces are now sites of "valid" knowledge is a given. The information age affects many aspects of working life and we are now subject to highly automated and computerised systems and networks. This poses a range of challenges for the universities of the twenty-first century if they are to retain their place as a vital part of the social fabric.
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