In writing this book, we have had several audiences in mind. We have been writing for those participants in collaborative research who are looking for tools to ask hard questions of themselves about what they are doing as well as needing to narrate its legacy to funders, peers and partners. We have been writing for those institutional supporters of research who are seeking to understand what constitutes the value of this sort of activity, and how this might be judged both before and on completion of projects. We have been writing for that growing band of academics and consultants who are being asked to evaluate and make sense of these complex projects. And we have been writing for the students of collaborative research – in universities and communities – who are just getting started and for whom tools to reflect on the legacies they may wish to leave at the end of the process may be useful....
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