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2012 07 ciard introduction (CIEM - CID Viet Nam)
 

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  • When you say ‘outputs’ do you mean the technology, the know-how of ag innovation, i.e. knowledge on ag innov? Suggest “ Rapid agricultural innovation is knowledge-intensive and depends on access to information and knowledge” “ Most public domain agricultural information and knowledge not yet widely accessible” seems to fit better in the challenges slide 4
  • Introducing the issue of lack of access to the outputs of agricultural research Photo credit: Oneworld.net
  • ‘ Lack of institutional and regulatory framework to enable effective knowledge sharing’? By regulatory framework, I am thinking of the limitations for technology transfers or is that opening a can of worms? Perhaps this slide could be separated by global and local challenges.

2012 07 ciard introduction (CIEM - CID Viet Nam) 2012 07 ciard introduction (CIEM - CID Viet Nam) Presentation Transcript

  • Coherence in Information for Agricultural Research for DevelopmentIntroduction for the Photo Credit: United NationsCentral Institute for Economic ManagementCIEM / CID. Viet Nam. (02-07-2012) presented by Franz Martin Knowledge and Capacity for Development www.ciard.net Franz.martin@fao.org information@ciard.net
  • Knowledge Sharing in Agricultural Innovation
  • Agricultural Research Outputs Photo Credit: Oneworld.net
  • Scientific Collaboration Map (2005-2009)
  • Territory size shows proportion of scientific paperspublished in 2001 by authors living there.Copyright SASI Group (University of Sheffield) and Mark Newman (University of Michigan)
  • Challenges in knowledge sharing in Agricultural innovation
  • Coherence in Information for Agricultural Research for Development A new global movement to provide a platform for coherence between information-related initiatives to make public domain agricultural research information and knowledge truly accessible to all2005 2007 2008 2009 2011 CI Re co CI 1 GC e- AR foun on st 2n gio un AR pa (1 Co gio 70 IIS For D d AR 10 Ta + 5 na trie D ns nal In ing lta AS ce Re 0+ D s IIS en lC k iti ul TC s 20 AS ta Wo at par ion d o rs & on d su 12 on tio rk TC ive tn rtn rs su su ed CIA n s l ta e l a e rs & l ta un ) - G RD tio Be s t io ch C A -R ns sh iji n ed t ng RD ING op Co & … ns FA ul RA ta tio n
  • The Movement Founding PartnersMore than 150 other organizations participating… www.ciard.net
  • The Vision and Manifesto “To make public domain agricultural research information and knowledge truly accessible to all”• All organizations that create and possess public agricultural research information disseminate and share it more widely• CIARD partners will (a) coordinate their efforts, (b) promote common formats, (c) adopt open systems• Create a global network of public collections of information
  • VisionManifesto Checklist(Values) Pathways Virtual Fair www.ciard.net
  • CIARD support for overcomingthe Challenges in Research Communication Our institution has no policy on We don’t have time to communicating adapt our results into the its outputs what extensionists wantWe have no systems Other scientists willand tools for Internet publish our results if wedissemination share them There are no staff with the skills in digital technologies www.ciard.net
  • Photo Credit: United NationsCoherence in Informationfor Agricultural Research for Development www.ciard.net Presentation under Creative Commons License information@ciard.net Attribution: Non-commercial, Non-Derivates 2.0. I