Part Three, Chapter One goes in depth on the five paths that increase
citizen participation in the creation of knowledge. One of the first
steps is bridging the gap between universities and communities -
asking academia to come away from lecture halls and better serve
citizens in order to solve real world problems. From here, making
knowledge accessible becomes important: giving regular communities
access to scholarly articles and making them easy to understand. The
third step is digital knowledge democracy, or, connecting people
with the knowledge necessary to enact ART. Onward, we see how
Educators' coLABoratorships and the idea of an ARTists' Academy
engage ARTists to come together to take action and also to teach ART
on a wider scale in the quest for real change.
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