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Other TitlesHumanistic futures of learning: Perspectives from UNESCO Chairs and UNITWIN Networks
AbstractThe current system of publishing (i.e. knowledge sharing) values individualism and commodification, restricting our use of existing knowledge. The Western model of knowledge production is not currently inclusive of other forms of knowledge, which inhibits the reuse, adaptation, reinterpretation and development of existing knowledge. The author proposes that knowledge systems be purposefully re-created to prioritize the end users’ needs and value them as co-creators.
CitationWeedon A (2020) 'Restructuring the knowledge production value chain in publishing', in UNESCO (ed(s).). Humanistic futures of learning: Perspectives from UNESCO Chairs and UNITWIN Networks, Online: UNESCO pp.203-206.
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