FOR THE FUNCTIONAL PURPOSE OF THE THIRD MISSION OF THE UNIVERSITY AND THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW KNOWLEDGE IN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
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Keywords

Third Mission of the University
Association Agreement between Georgia and the European Union
Magna Carta
knowledge transfer
micro and macro context of sectoral knowledge
algorithm for extracting knowledge from text
stages of knowledge structuring
Radon problem
, hadrons
quantum chromodynamics (kqd)
quantum field theory

How to Cite

Matsaberidze, M. (2023). FOR THE FUNCTIONAL PURPOSE OF THE THIRD MISSION OF THE UNIVERSITY AND THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW KNOWLEDGE IN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS . Georgian Scientists, 5(1), 137–157. https://doi.org/10.52340/gs.2023.05.01.12

Abstract

The importance of the "third mission" of higher educational institutions has recently become a subject of wide discussion, both in political and academic discourse. Despite the above, very little is known about what the "Third Mission of the University" actually entails and what results in it brings. The article is intended to ensure the implementation of new knowledge bounded by the "third mission" in university educational programs. The work is intended for new students in educational programs of all three levels of higher educational institutions to the urgent measures of methodological provision of knowledge implementation and is a material with the function of a "road map" for manager-strategists, economists, policy-makers, entrepreneurs, business professionals, scientists-researchers and students of all three levels, different profiles.

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