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Porter la pédagogie hors les murs : une expérience en master de management

By François-Xavier de Vaujany, Université Paris Dauphine – PSL Quitter le cadre universitaire invite les étudiants à changer de posture (ici, des élèves de Paris-Dauphine dans les locaux de Startway). En octobre 2018, j’ai eu l’opportunité d’initier à Paris-Dauphine un... Continue Reading →

A new chapter in Kaunas: the new European capital of culture?

By Viktorija Janavičienė and Wlad Fomin   Kaunas, the second largest Lithuania‘s city, which keeps the authentic spirit of the country‘s national character alive. The city is located at the confluence of the two largest Lithuanian rivers, surrounded by the... Continue Reading →

RGCS opens a chapter in Washington!

By Serge da Motta Veiga The Greater Washington (or Capital) region has a population in excess of 6 million people with a diversifying business presence and a gradually shrinking federal government presence. Five counties across the region are among the... Continue Reading →

The new Coworking Library is now online

By Johanna Voll   In January 2019 the Coworking Library announced a major update: You can now search the open interdisciplinary database by discipline, publication year, language, document type and/or keyword. It's a free resource that features all research that... Continue Reading →

What will work look like in 2030?

François-Xavier de Vaujany, Université Paris Dauphine – PSL; Amélie Bohas, Aix-Marseille Université ; Aurélie Leclercq-Vandelannoitte, IESEG School of Management; Julie Fabbri, EM Lyon et Sabine Carton, Université Grenoble Alpes Work is changing and so is society as a whole. Debates... Continue Reading →

Opening event of our new chapter in Lille

Last Thursday (December, 6th) at 5.30, the Research Group on Collaborative Spaces (RGCS) organized the opening event of its new chapter in Lille. Around 15 people gathered at Mutualab (a coworking space) to talk about the landscape of collaborative spaces... Continue Reading →

Three propositions to help to cultivate a culture of care and broad-mindedness in academic publishing

Academic publishing has been transformed by digitalisation over recent decades, with the review process now able to be comprehensively tracked and transparent. But despite such progress, is our publication infrastructure actually more transparent, inclusive, and with less conflict? Or are... Continue Reading →

#RGCSCWE18: Coworking Europe researchers’ meetup

On November 15, RGCS Amsterdam organized the 3rd edition of the researchers’ meetup during the Coworking Europe Conference, which took place in the historic Boekman Library in the center of Amsterdam. This was the perfect place for our event, as... Continue Reading →

Launch of the Second RGCS White paper !!!

Here we are... So happy to share our new White Paper … Two years of collective walks in Paris, London, Tokyo, Boston, Berlin, Milan, Barcelona... Thanks +++ to all the organizers, contributors, coordinators & fellow walkers #RGCSWhitePaper2018 #OWEE We walked... Continue Reading →

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