Ensuring that research has impact is becoming more and more important. Researchers at all stages of their career are already passionate about their work, and demonstrating potential or achieved impact offers us opportunities to strengthen applications for research funding and to build reputation. Often, however, an institutional focus on traditional scholarly measures of research quality, such as academic publication imperatives, draws attention away from the development of professional networks and building personal reputation.
This workshop provides the opportunity for participants to ‘share their struggles’ and their successes in relation to these particular challenges and tensions. It will provide the opportunity to learn from others and to share suggestions and information focused on creating pathways to impact that best suit different goals, interests, and contexts. Contributors will focus on issues around: building impact cases; scholarly activity as a starting point for impact; leading an impact case; network building; setting goals for policy engagement; identifying key stakeholders with interest in, or who are potential beneficiaries of, research projects; using social media to develop reputation and contacts; and the struggle to achieve impact.
By the end of the day, this process should give participants a better appreciation of the practical issues and opportunities associated with building impact pathways within their research.
This event will take place on 12 December 2018, 9:00am - 4:30pm
Who Should Attend
Academics, doctoral researchers, and anyone with an interest in creating impactful research.
Benefits of Attendance
Increased understanding of:
• REF expectations in relation to achieving research impact.
• The importance of developing networks and relationships with key stakeholders.
• How to build impact pathways that support research interests.
• Networking and opportunities for further collaboration
David Robinson Lecture Room
The Art and Design Academy
Liverpool John Moores University
No 2 Duckinfield Street
Prof Peter Turnbull - University of Bristol
Prof Graeme Martin - University of Dundee
Prof Lisa Anderson - University of Liverpool
Dr Paul Ellwood - University of Liverpool
Dr Holly Birkett - University of Birmingham
Speakers' Biographies: https://www.bam.ac.uk/sites/bam.ac.uk/files/Speakers%20Bios%20and%20Photos.pdf
Jointly organised by BAM Research Methodology SIG and UFHRD Research Activities Committee
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• BAM Members and UFHRD Members: £20
• Non BAM Members: £35
The booking deadline is 1 December 2018
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|BAM and UFHRD Member Fee||£ 20.00|
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