Published April 14, 2009
How can college research findings be disseminated more widely and in a better way? What is the best way to get research publicized and recognized? ARC’s current work on the history of college research shows that it is faced with two major challenges: the introduction of college research into collaborative networks and the widespread dissemination of research findings in full. Is it possible to expand the reach of research and innovation using all the resources, in particular IT, that are available to the college network? This spring, the Association pour la recherche au collégial (ARC) invites you to discuss these issues with people who share your passion for research, including renowned international expert Daniel Jacobi, who is a professor at the Université d’Avignon.