Welcome to the third i2S News for 2023, with the latest developments in Integration and Implementation Sciences (i2S), especially in:
- i2Insights (the community blog and repository)
- i2S-Talks (the YouTube channel)
- i2S website (which provides specific information about Integration and Implementation Sciences).
In this i2S News we highlight four recent i2Insights contributions on decolonisation, covering academic writing, research capacity development, and mindsets for development, as well as how decolonisation is central to inclusive systemic thinking.
In i2S-Talks, this News features a stand-out seminar by Dr Sabine Hoffmann, which addresses establishing career paths for integrators in inter- and trans-disciplinary research.
News from the i2S website is that have finished dismantling the repository of resources that was previously made available on this website. Most are now included on i2Insights which provides a consolidated repository of tools relevant to i2S.
In other updates, we highlight a new working group of the Global Alliance for Inter- and Transdisciplinarity on Integration Experts and Expertise. A workshop to develop a theory of change for institutionalizing integration experts and expertise was the first activity of this working group.
Also featured is new reader on Foundations of Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Research, which has extracts of key academic texts.
Feedback and suggestions for i2S News are always welcome!
Gabriele Bammer and Peter Deane
i2S News features a range of resources which have been added to the i2S website in the last few months, and this includes:
- i2Insights blog and repository:
- Highlighting recent contributions about decolonisation
- Highlights from i2Insights statistics
- There have been 10 new contributions since the last i2S News
- i2S Talks YouTube channel:
- i2S website:
- Dismantling of the resources repository has been completed
- Other updates:
- New working group on Integration Experts and Expertise
- New book: Foundations of Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Research. A reader
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