Valuing diverse knowledges in higher education: a post-COVID proposition

Valuing diverse knowledges in higher education: a post-COVID proposition

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In this post from Advance HE, Hilary Noone Research and Projects Officer (REF Environment and NUCoREs), Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Newcastle University argues that people-centred approaches, where everyone’s contribution is welcome, valued and acknowledged, can and should be implemented in the ‘new normal’ and will give institutions the competitive edge in post-COVID sectoral emergence.

Valuing diverse knowledges in higher education: a post-COVID proposition

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