Hybrid expertise bridges different areas of knowledge. For example, someone possessing and being able to joint technical expertise about company's products and expertise on sales&marketing represents hybrid expertise.

Hybrid forms of expertise are most relevant in today's multiprofessional work & learning, where different perspectives are to be connected and 'translated' from one domain to another.


References

Hakkarainen, K., Palonen, T., Paavola, S., & Lehtinen, E. (2004). Communities of networked expertise: Professional and educational perspectives. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Howells, J. (1998). Management and hybridization of expertise: EFTPOS in retrospect. Journal of Information Technology, 12, 83-95.

Lallimo, J., Muukkonen, H, Lipponen, L., & Hakkarainen, K. Knowledge brokering and hybrid expertise. A manuscript in preparation.

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