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Created by [[James Leach]], [[Wendy Seltzer]] and [[Jon Ippolito]], this project provided a template agreement for research and other encounters between cultures. In Crucible, this has been interpreted as potentially referring to different research cultures in a Western context, rather than being restricted to the cultural perspectives of traditional anthropology as described in the [[Subversion, Conversion and Development]] conference where the template was discussed.
 
Created by [[James Leach]], [[Wendy Seltzer]] and [[Jon Ippolito]], this project provided a template agreement for research and other encounters between cultures. In Crucible, this has been interpreted as potentially referring to different research cultures in a Western context, rather than being restricted to the cultural perspectives of traditional anthropology as described in the [[Subversion, Conversion and Development]] conference where the template was discussed.
  
http://connected-knowledge.net/
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http://newmedia.umaine.edu/stillwater/partnership/partnership_template.html
  
 
The Crucible project [[Improcess]] used the template as a basis for negotiating collaboration between [[Anglia Ruskin University]], the [[Centre for Music and Science]] and [[Computer Laboratory]], and staff at [[Microsoft Research Cambridge]] who engaged in the project in a private capacity. The project results have been extremely successful - although this need not be attributed solely to the template!
 
The Crucible project [[Improcess]] used the template as a basis for negotiating collaboration between [[Anglia Ruskin University]], the [[Centre for Music and Science]] and [[Computer Laboratory]], and staff at [[Microsoft Research Cambridge]] who engaged in the project in a private capacity. The project results have been extremely successful - although this need not be attributed solely to the template!
  
 
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Revision as of 16:46, 2 September 2011

Created by James Leach, Wendy Seltzer and Jon Ippolito, this project provided a template agreement for research and other encounters between cultures. In Crucible, this has been interpreted as potentially referring to different research cultures in a Western context, rather than being restricted to the cultural perspectives of traditional anthropology as described in the Subversion, Conversion and Development conference where the template was discussed.

http://www.connected-knowledge.net/ http://newmedia.umaine.edu/stillwater/partnership/partnership_template.html

The Crucible project Improcess used the template as a basis for negotiating collaboration between Anglia Ruskin University, the Centre for Music and Science and Computer Laboratory, and staff at Microsoft Research Cambridge who engaged in the project in a private capacity. The project results have been extremely successful - although this need not be attributed solely to the template!