Co-production in practice. David Wolff, Director Cupp Paul Bramwell Community partner. Community university partnership programme - Aims. Ensure that the University's resources (intellectual and physical) are available to, informed by and used by its local and sub-regional communities
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David Wolff, Director Cupp
Paul Bramwell Community partner
“Communities of practice are groups of people who share a
concern or a passion for something they do and learn how
to do it better as they interact regularly.” ( http://wenger-trayner.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/06-Brief-introduction-to-communities-of-practice.pdf, 2013 )
See also mobilising knowledge in community-university partnerships: what does a community of practice contribute?
Hart, Davies, Aumann, Wenger, Aranda, Heaver, Wolff
Production characterised by co-ownership throughout a process. Power to establish design, deliver a project and disseminate results is shared between researcher and user/practitioner; governmental or private authority and community:
See Hart, A. and Wolff, D. (2006) Developing local "Communities of Practice" through local Community-University Partnerships, Planning Practice & Research 21 (1) 121-138.
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