Approach to Knowledge Exchange

As part of its commitment to facilitate knowledge exchange across the 26 projects funded under Transformations – Social and Cultural Dynamics in the Digital Age, CHANSE has commissioned a Knowledge Exchange Facilitator (KEF). The KEF role was awarded to a female-led team of transnational, mid- and early career researchers based at Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) for a project entitled CHANSE Networks for Transformational Change. Further information about the team, about MOLA, and contact details are available here.

The KEF builds on – but does not replicate – the work of previous Knowledge Exchange Fellows, as well as HERA and European Commission activities. Relevant links and KE resources are available here.
Based on the learnings and recommendations from this previous work, the CHANSE KEF aims to:
• Map audiences across CHANSE projects
• Bring in external partners and facilitators to connect audiences & projects across the knowledge ecosystem
• Use this collective knowledge to develop future scenarios & related open access resources to shape and drive forward transdisciplinary policy change on digital transformation

The full KEF project, its aims, benefits and expectations are described here. The KEF’s activities are described under KE Activities.