Universities may become subscribers to PASCAL and are given preferential access to otherwise unavailable parts of the website, papers and other collected materials. Their staff will be given opportunities to undertake consultancies in PASCAL projects. They will be provided with access to shared learning in relevant networks and opportunities to showcase and market their expertise. In turn PASCAL provides its expertise to support research within its member universities and facilitates opportunities for regional exchanges. Each university appoints a Knowledge Broker and is supported by a PASCAL Knowledge Manager.
A number of examples of the ways in which member universities work with PASCAL are shown in the following sections.
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