#237 – How to Capture Knowledge Exchange
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What’s in this episode?
In this episode, I chat with Emily Devonald, Co-Founder, KEVRI, an early-stage startup focused on making knowledge exchange easier to capture for Universities. We chat about:
- Who is responsible for knowledge exchange within Higher Education
- Which countries are doing knowledge exchange “well” and what this means for innovation
- The effect of the pandemic and Brexit on knowledge exchange in the U.K vs. ROW.
- What Kevri are developing to make knowledge exchange easier for Universities
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Emily Devonald, Co-Founder, KEVRI
An International Education Journalist who’s produced content campaigns for 60+ universities, Emily oversees KEVRI’s marketing.
Sophie is the founder of the iTunes new and noteworthy, The Edtech Podcast. The mission of The Edtech Podcast is to improve the dialogue between ‘ed’ and ‘tech’ for better innovation, through storytelling. The podcast is downloaded from over 145 countries with the UK, US & Aus in the top 3. Sophie has spoken and moderated at a variety of events including SXSW EDU, Yidan Education Prize, ASU GSV Summit, and the Next Billion Edtech Summit. She is an industry mentor and advisor, a Reimagine Education, GESA Awards, Bett Awards and XPrize Adult Literacy judge, and previous Edtech50 and Edtech Digest winner.
Sophie is passionate about lifelong and everyday learning. If she’s not interviewing a University Vice-Chancellor, Edtech Investor, School Leader, or StartUp about education innovation, she’s engrossed in Teach Your Monster to Read or wrestling her lockdown baby. A keen cyclist, she has recently relocated to West Devon which she considers the English version of the Pyrenees. She is very lucky to work with a distributed team on The Edtech Podcast.
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References from this week’s episode
- Thank you to ISC Research who identified us as a top 10 edruptor and influential organisation around the world.
- KEVRI twitter
- Emily Devonald
- Natalie Campion
- Corin Mynett
- Falmouth Launchpad
- Knowledge Exchange Framework
- Robin Kirby
- Genna Ash
- Operating system marketing course by Justin Walsh.
- Steven Partridge
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