Saturday, September 20, 2014

LIRNEasia Colloquium: discussing the preliminary results from the ICT campaigns

Inclusive Innovation for Knowledge Mobilization in Agriculture Communities of Practice: preliminary results from the ICT campaigns
qrcode.pngLIRNEasia Colloquium

Friday 03rd October 2014
3:30 - 5:00 PM (UTC+5:30)

SPEAKERS:: Mr. Chandana Jayathilake (PhD Candidate, Wayamba University of Sri Lanka) and
Dr. Gordon Gow (Associate Professor, University of Alberta, Canada)

PLACE:     LIRNEasia Office, 12 Balcombe Place, Colombo 08, 
                                                                       Sri Lanka
SKYPE: la_colloquiums
email ranmalee [at] lineasia [dot] to connect

A series of field pilot studies termed as “campaigns”, involving agriculture communities, were conducted in the Kurunegala, Matale, and Batticaloa Districts in Sri Lanka. Farmers identified various knowledge mobilization activities, ranging from exchanging local crop price information, to alerting on elephant attack, to disease control, general inquiries, announcements, so on and so forth. This presentation will discuss the insights gained as well as challenges faced by the research team in carrying out the campaigns, with a view to developing a better understanding of key factors of partnership development for promoting inclusive innovation among these communities of practice.


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