Knowledge Mobilization – Video and Audio Accompany Academic Papers

From Today’s Top Ten in Higher Ed:

“There are many effective ways to share scholarship beyond the realm of text, writes George Veletsianos for the Chronicle of Higher Education. An Associate Professor at Royal Roads University, Veletsianos speaks about how he creates video and audio clips to accompany each of his published academic papers. The author argues that these additional materials can help provide colleagues, students, and broader audiences with more potential entry points in order to “introduce, humanize, and explore a topic.” Veletsianos concludes by inviting readers to explore similar methods to seek out new ways of spreading scholarship.”  Read the full post at the Chronicle of Higher Education…

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Kueneman, Karen
Staff, 2015 Fall

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