Volume 16 Issue 4 Experiential Knowledge and Collaboration
Editors/Authors: Nithikul Nimkulrat, Camilla Groth, Julia Valle-Noronha, Oscar Tomico
journal special issue/peer-reviewed artcle, 2020
This Special Issue examines collaboration within research teams of professionals, researchers, and other stakeholders with diverse disciplinary expertise. It aims to understand how individual experiential knowledge – or knowledge gained by practice – is shared, how collective experiential knowledge is accumulated and communicated in and through collaboration in interdisciplinary research. The experiential knowledge generated through collaborations between experts in various fields are discussed in four studies that illuminate the relationships established within the collaboration, the approaches used, and the new knowledge gained and transferred within the team. This should contribute to a more systematic approach for studying and integrating experiential knowledge exchange in collaborative practice and research.
Suggested Citation (special issue): Nimkulrat, N., Groth, C. Tomico, O., & Valle-Noronha, J. (eds.) (2020). Knowing Together – Experiential Knowledge and Collaboration. CoDesign, 16(4).
Suggested Citation (editorial article):Nimkulrat, N., Groth, C. Tomico, O., & Valle-Noronha, J. (2020). Editorial: Knowing Together – Experiential Knowledge and Collaboration. CoDesign, 16(4). https://doi.org/10.1080/15710882.2020.1823995