Wikiversity:KnowCycle/Public Service Innovation

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The KnowCycle Project: Meet to Collaborate

How to use this page:

1. Click on 'edit this page' [see top of page]

2. Put your Wikiversity Username in the appropriate box.

3. To find out what the individuals here are interested in at the moment, click on the 'discussion' page above.

4. Dont forget to sign your Username (with four squiggles) when you identify your particular interests, what you are working on now, and how you would like to collaborate with others.

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Welcome to KnowCycle Public Service Innovation[edit]

The Public Service Innovation pages at Wikiversity's KnowCycle Project aim to help people share knowledge of Public Service Innovation and meet to collaborate.

The following people are looking to exchange knowledge with others in this topic.

Individuals from schools[edit]

Individuals from academia[edit]

Individuals from traditional media organisations[edit]

Individuals from new media organisations[edit]

Individuals from industry[edit]

Individuals from policy bodies[edit]

Individuals from charities and campaign groups[edit]

Other individuals[edit]

Useful Links[edit]

Innovation in Public Services Literature Review, IDeA Knowledge, October 2005.

Institute for Public Sector Innovation

Public Services Awards 2007, The Guardian.

Public Sector Innovation Journal

What to do now[edit]

Put your Wikiversity Username under the appropriate heading. If you have signed up to Wikiversity, four squiggles will do this. Write one sentence describing your interest here, then go to the top of the page, click on 'discussion' and provide more detail on this talk page. Sign all contributions with four squiggles. Dont forget to click on 'watch this page' above, so you can be notified each time this page changes.