Knowledge exchange is a key component of university
research, it is a process involving two-way exchange of information between
universities, the public and civil sectors, and industry. The process can occur
in a many different ways, but essentially it is a dialogue that happens with
people who are external to the academic sector.
following pages will define what knowledge exchange and impact are, describe the
many ways that knowledge exchange can take place, and highlight the benefits of
undertaking knowledge exchange. There is also a guide explaining how to carry
out knowledge exchange activities and subsequently identify and measure any
resulting impact - click here.