Share and share alike: evaluating networks

Share and share alike: evaluating networks

Share and share alike: evaluating networks

Networking has expanded considerably in recent years as the value of ‘knowledge’ is increasingly recognised in the development arena. We know why networks are important to stakeholders: for funders they facilitate dissemination and encourage resource sharing; for practitioners they reduce professional isolation and provide insights into the discipline; for users networks supply higher quality and more appropriate research. Yet, little is known about facilitating and managing network operations.

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