CCA publishes report on national strategy for assessing international STIK partnerships

The Canadian Council of Academics has published a report on international science, technology, innovation, and knowledge production (STIK) partnerships and the need for a national strategy for assessing these partnerships. In the report, CCA explains that engaging in STIK partnerships allows Canadian researchers to be part of a global response to a global challenge while also helping to meet national priorities. The report offers a strategy for prioritizing and evaluating international partnerships that follows three steps: Articulating goals; identifying, evaluating, and weighting appropriate indicators; and making a decision on the international partnership.

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