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Research-led teaching: a review of two initiatives in valuing the link between teaching and research. (2006)
Journal Article
Deakin, M. (2006). Research-led teaching: a review of two initiatives in valuing the link between teaching and research. Journal for Education in the Built Environment, 1, 73-93

Research led teaching is a matter which has recently attracted a considerable amount of attention, particularly from those in higher education who are of the opinion that we need to value the link between teaching and research. Examining the relati... Read More about Research-led teaching: a review of two initiatives in valuing the link between teaching and research..

Neo-Rawlsian Co-ordinates: Notes on A Theory of Justice for the Information Age. (2006)
Journal Article
Duff, A. (2006). Neo-Rawlsian Co-ordinates: Notes on A Theory of Justice for the Information Age. International journal of information ethics, 6, 17-22

The ideas of philosopher John Rawls should be appropriated for the information age. A literature review identifies previous contributions in fields such as communication and library and information science. The article postulates the following neo-... Read More about Neo-Rawlsian Co-ordinates: Notes on A Theory of Justice for the Information Age..

‘Laying a Foundation of Fact’: Fabianism and the information society thesis. (2006)
Journal Article
Duff, A. (2006). ‘Laying a Foundation of Fact’: Fabianism and the information society thesis. Information, Communication and Society, 9, 515-536. https://doi.org/10.1080/13691180600858754

This article explores affinities between postindustrialism and modes of thinking characteristic of the Fabian Society, especially in the first half of the twentieth century. In the hands of Daniel Bell and others, the information society thesis postu... Read More about ‘Laying a Foundation of Fact’: Fabianism and the information society thesis..

The IntelCities community of practice. (2006)
Journal Article
Deakin, M., & Allwinkle, S. (2006). The IntelCities community of practice. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Organizations: Annual Review, 6, 155-162

Sets out the integrated community model of electronically enhanced governance services developed by IntelCities to represent its e-Learning platform, knowledge management system and digital library.