REVALORISE+ E-zine 5 Published

The fifth issue of the REVALORISE+ e-zine has been published and can be downloaded FREE here.  In this issue, partners from Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and the University of Vienna reflect on their experiences participating in the project, and its impact to date.

Medisa Fočić of Institut Mines-Télécom Business School reports on EU Knowledge Valorisation Week, which ran from April 28 to April 28, where event participants explored the possibility of developing the new Guiding Principles for Knowledge Valorisation.  The REVALORISE+ project was among those under consideration at the Young Universities for the Future of Europe (YUFE) Alliance workshop. Maria Jose Herrero Villa of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid outlines the findings of that workshop in this e-zine.

Further articles address the efforts to make Researchers in SSH more visible as well as a presentation on REVALORISE+ which was delivered by Catherine Hayward of UIIN at the 2023 UIIN Annual Conference.

Finally, we are inviting Social Sciences and Humanities researchers across Europe to share your valuable research findings with the wider academic and industry community. We have developed a simple process to help you share your research findings.  Download this e-zine where we guide you through each step of that process.

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PLUS E-zine

Issue #5

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