Community of practice – get involved!

We are building a community of practice to develop and apply methods and tools that will support collaboration between experts and stakeholders from science and practice to tackle societal challenges.

In order to advance this field with us, we invite you to explore which tasks can be supported by which tools, and to specify the tools that are particularly helpful for specific steps.

We encourage you to:

  • suggest additional methods and tools for co-producing knowledge (check out our criteria);
  • indicate useful related online toolboxes and other resources;
  • send us your feedback on the structure for searching methods by key issues and phases; or
  • share experiences you have using tools featured in this portal.

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Exchanges at the International Transdisciplinarity Day 2017 in Lüneburg
Exchanges at the International Transdisciplinarity Day 2017 in Lüneburg (Image: Johanna Ochner, Leuphana University)
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Exchanges at the International Transdisciplinarity Day 2017 in Lüneburg
Exchanges at the International Transdisciplinarity Day 2017 in Lüneburg (Image: Johanna Ochner, Leuphana University)

Authors of method profiles and experience reports

  • Dena Fam, University of Technology Sydney, Institute for Sustainable Futures and Centre for Management and Organisational Studies
  • Patricia Fry, Wissensmanagement Umwelt GmbH
  • Cynthia Mitchell, University of Technology Sydney, Institute for Sustainable Futures
  • BinBin Pearce, ETH Zurich, USYS TdLab
  • Christian Pohl, ETH Zurich, USYS TdLab
  • Manuela Rossini, University of Basel, Doctoral Education, Graduate Center (GRACE)
  • Michael Stauffacher, ETH Zurich, USYS TdLab
  • Gabriela Wuelser, Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences, td-net

Reviewers of specific method profiles

  • Peter Checkland
  • Michael O’Rourke
  • Werner Ulrich

Editorial board

  • Gabriela Wuelser, Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences, td-net (chief editor)
  • Christian Pohl, ETH Zurich, USYS TdLab
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