How has international literature influenced post-apartheid policies in higher education and training and in science and technology? The "Mode Two" knowledge debate centres around new knowledge production beyond existing academic disciplines and the insular traditional higher education institution. This new approach originates in the synergy and cross-fertilisation in the interstices between established disciplines, and in the interaction of higher education scientists with government, business and civil society.
Changing modes: A brief overview of the mode 2 knowledge debate and its impact on South African policy formulation
Universities and the new production of knowledge: some policy implications for government
Fashions, lock-ins and the heterogeneity of knowledge production
What knowledge is of most worth for the millennial citizen?
Complementing the marketisation of higher education: new modes of knowledge production in community-higher education partnerships
Investigating new knowledge production: a South African higher education survey
Mode 2 knowledge and institutional life: taking Gibbons on a walk through a South African university
Jonathan D Jansen