When we talk about global knowledge, and about the action of globalizing knowledge, what do we mean? How do we think of this in terms of the responsibility of the University in generating global knowledge? What do we think in terms of knowledge flows and in terms of responsibilities of educators, intellectuals and marketers of global knowledge?
This page is being provided to enhance the resources related to the presentation entitled "The Debate on the Meaning of Global/Globalizing Knowledge".
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