Innovation in Tertiary Institutions in New Zealand: The conditions for the future collaborations for Chinese/Hong Kong and New Zealand institutions
by Dr. Richard Heraud, Tutor, Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, New Zealand.
Chair: Dr. Liz Jackson.
In the seminar, Dr Heraud will problematize how the concept of innovation is understood in tertiary institutions in New Zealand, with the intention of characterizing the collaborative conditions under which Chinese/Hong Kong and New Zealand institutions might collaborate more in the future, and how to best understand shared academic and commercial opportunities and benefits that should flow from such relations. The nexus of the discussion will focus on the difference between Technological Innovation and Technological Change, and how these concepts occupy our thinking in diverse ways regarding how innovation and change are realized in tertiary institutions.
About the speaker
Dr. Richard Heraud’s research interests concern participation in the innovation process, open innovation, networked and collaborative relations in R&D, in particular involving relations between researchers and technologists in New Zealand and China. He is co-editor of E-Learning and Digital Media, managing editor of the Open Review of Educational Research, co-editor of the Encyclopedia of Educational Innovation, co-editor of Organization and Newness: Discourses and Ecologies of Innovation in the Creative University.
Date: Tuesday, 23 October 2018.
Time: 18:00 – 19:15.
Venue: Room 402, Runme Shaw Building.