Open Innovation A Handbook for Researchers
The Insme website posted the a paper, “Open Innovation — A Handbook for Researchers,” authored by Lena Holmberg, Bo Norrman & Helena Theander from Innovationskontor Väst. The handbook focuses on the potential impact of open innovation on academic institutions and how researchers can use it for attaining funding and other resources, distributing their results and improving their educational programs. The authors define Open Innovation and clear up confusion among the concepts of Crowdsourcing, Crowdfunding, Toolkit, Ideation, Open Data, Open Access, Easy Access, Creative Commons and User Innovation .
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