[Commons-research] research agenda
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Fri Jul 4 07:52:50 EDT 2008
Kim, we did consider your proposal already, only problem is that the
program is already crammed with people wanting to present their own
relevant research work (which is a good thing!), and if you add to
that all the other isummit keynotes and events there wasn't enough
time left to do what you proposed. I do hope that bits of appreciative
research dialogue will take place during speedgeeking, the final
discussion session and any other self-organized meetings that
participants may arrange on the side (see also my reply to Alek's post).
On Jun 29, 2008, at 11:00 PM, Kim Tucker wrote:
> Hi all,
> Perhaps consider something like this suggestion:
> I am willing to facilitate.
> I've been thinking about our workshop's program and in particular
> ways of discussing future research agenda. I think this is an
> issue - to collectively agree on what subjects / methods are useful
> should be pursued.
> I know there is a discussion session planned for this, but a) it is
> relatively short and b) it's at the end of the workshop.
> I think it would make sense to have earlier meetings in smaller
> for instance dealing with specific research fields (economy, social
> sciences, law, and so on). These groups could form positions on
> particular agendas in these fields - and then present them in the last
> I think this would help to end the workshop with precise views on
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