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Advanced Routes to Impact

Speaker
Dr Julie Bayley Director of Research Impact Development, University of Lincoln
Dr Catriona Firth Deputy Manager of REF 2021 at HEFCE
Dr Jacqueline Young Impact Development Manager at Lancaster University
Dr Anthony Atkin Research Impact Manager at University of Reading
Start
19th March 2018 9:30 am
End
19th March 2018 4:00 pm
Address
Keyworth Street, London SE1 6NG, United Kingdom   View map
Phone
0131 357 9854

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Schedule

9.30 Registration

10.00 Welcome and introductions

10.15 Impact in REF 2021

11.15 Break

11.30 Institutional delivery: alignment, connections and culture development

12.45 Lunch

13.30 Understanding academics doing impact

14.30 Break

14.45 Understanding academics doing impact continued

15.15 Discussion of emerging issues from the day

15.45 Concluding discussions, summary, next steps and close

Details

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Target Audience

This one-day workshop is an ARMA ‘good practice exchange’ event to support impact, and is aimed at research managers with more experience and/or responsibility in delivering the impact agenda.

With rules now known for REF 2021, and with the funding environment ever more competitive, it is essential that impact be embedded into research management and institutional processes. However, delivering impact remains challenging and with no ‘one size fits all’ approach, it can be difficult for institutions to determine the most effective provision for their specific context.

In this interactive workshop, delegates will hear from a range of speakers offering differing experiences and insights into impact. Talks will consider: strengthening submissions to REF 2021, institutional impact ‘health checks’, building and connecting impact skills within an institution, and understanding the (dis)connections between policy makers and academics views of impact. Participants will have the opportunity to network and share practice with peers, and consider how to strengthen provision within their own institution.

Aims and Objectives

At the end of the session attendees will:

  • Develop deeper understanding of sector good practice to address challenges in delivering impact
  • Consider strategic and pragmatic approaches to strengthening impact for REF and funding bids
  • Consider how approaches within the sector can be translated back into their home institution

E-delegate Packs

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You can find all other information on your speakers, the venue and what you will come away with from our website.

Enquiries

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact events@arma.ac.uk.

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