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Currently, the knowledge society in which we are immersed facilitates collaboration between educational entities through the formation of related groups or with the same objective. These groups of professors and researchers form what is known as Academic Networks. The main purpose of these networks is to strengthen cooperation and work relationships through the exchange between the members of: teachers, students and didactic material, as well as participation in research projects, publications, academic events, etc. Likewise, academic networks also offer the opportunity of linking people, regardless of their institutional affiliation, making it possible to search for information, disseminate initiatives and debate on topics of interest.
Joint projects are promoted in areas of common interest with the aim of achieving a disseminating effect of the successful experiences. The formation of academic networks can produce results insofar as it fosters synergy between the capacities of the members, facilitating the combination of knowledge, skills and values, which translates into the acquisition of skills.