Thúc đẩy hoạt động nghiên cứu khoa học theo hướng tạo ra tác động xã hội trong các cơ sở giáo dục đại học

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  • Nguyễn Diệu Cúc Học viện Quản lí Giáo dục

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Scientific research is of special importance in higher education because it not only contributes to improving training quality but also creates new knowledge and new products. The article assesses the social impact of scientific research and analyzes the role of higher education institutions and researchers in promoting scientific research that creates social impact. Research results show that conducting research that creates social impact is an important trend that helps higher education institutions demonstrate their responsibilities to the community. There are many different ways to assess and measure the social impact of scientific research in terms of scientific, economic, cultural, practical, environmental, educational, public policy, quality of life. Higher education institutions need to play a central role in promoting scientific research that creates social impact through a variety of measures, from changing research strategies to developing operating regulations and creating and create a motivating environment. Besides, researchers themselves also need to have the mindset, interest and commitment to carry out research projects that create social impact.

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Nguyễn , D. C. (2024). Thúc đẩy hoạt động nghiên cứu khoa học theo hướng tạo ra tác động xã hội trong các cơ sở giáo dục đại học. Tạp Chí Giáo dục, 23(đặc biệt 9), 72–76. Truy vấn từ


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