Sustainable knowledge transfer requires new ways of collaboration
Essay. The dialogue between research and practice in adult education must start with considering the fundamental differences between both systems, writes Peter Brandt from the DIE.
(Dr. theol.) manages knowledge transfer infrastructures in the field of adult education since 2002. Working at the German Institute for Adult Education - Leibniz Centre for Lifelong Learning he edits the weiter bilden journal, is responsible for the wb-web-Portal and explores new formats of research-practice cooperation. Contact: email@example.com Photo credit: DIE/Marco Rothbrust
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