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Reciprocal research network

Updated Monday, 27th January 2014

Collaborative, socially responsible, and interdisciplinary research about cultural heritage.

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Reciprocal research network logo Creative commons image Icon Reciprocal research network under Creative-Commons license Reciprocal Research Network describes itself as "an online tool to facilitate reciprocal and collaborative research about cultural heritage from the Northwest Coast of British Columbia. The RRN enables communities, cultural institutions and researchers to work together. Members can build their own projects, collaborate on shared projects, upload files, hold discussions, research museum projects, and create social networks".

It was initiated by artists & cultural organisations and indigenous communities and encourages people to participate through an online platform and research & learning. Reciprocal Research Network is regional in orientation and concerned with research, knowledge production & information access.  It was launched in 2006 and is ongoing.

It involves 23 institutions and has 1,622 members.

This page is part of Participation Now, a project that brings together a diverse collection of participatory public engagement initiatives with the aim of supporting exploration, learning and engagement. Explore the collection of initiatives or read more about the project.





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