The Australian Innovation Community Wiki
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Welcome to the Australian Innovation Community Wiki. A wiki is a web-based knowledgebase that makes it really easy to share information. Members can very simply add information and edit pages to correct inaccuracies. Here's some more information about wikis and how to use this wiki:
The AussieInnovation.com wiki is organised by categories and divided into two main areas.
The Review of the National Innovation System
The Federal Government has committed to fostering innovation across the economy, and announced a Review of the National Innovation System to be completed by July 2008. This section includes a range of resources related to the review.
Biographies of the members of the expert panel conducting the review.
This is where you can post and collaborate on past, present and future submissions. Keep in mind that others can learn from where you have been, as well as help with something you might have missed. (Guidelines are also available to help you get started.)
- Previous proposals
- It's important that we stand on the shoulders of giants. The Panel don't want to receive resubmissions, but the community can still learn from those thoughts, and meld them into new ideas. Please post your submissions to previous innovation reviews, including Research papers, Case Studies, Whitepapers, etc.
- 2008 submissions
- Submissions already given to the Panel, listed here for comments and so the wider community don't waste time making the same case.
- Current drafts
- If you're working on a submission, this wiki is a wonderful place to workshop it. The collaborative tools will help your team edit the document without clashing, and the community can pitch in and help if you invite them.
Australian Innovation Resources
When you're looking to blaze new trails, there are groups here to help make things easier.
Listing by organisational type
- Universities and other academic and research institutions
Listing by service type
We have some guidelines and templates available to help get you started and give you an easy touchstone into getting your ideas, and yourself, out there and involved. Remember, it's very hard to break a wiki, so get involved and make a change!