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LSE Impact Blog 15h
The Impact Chain – How to craft an effective impact case study narrative
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🌏💧Dr Erica McIntyre Aug 17
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Louise Townsin 22h
Moving towards critical reflexivity for translational health research impact
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LSE Impact Blog Aug 20
The gap between academics and practitioners is a reflection of the underlying tensions of academic belonging.
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Megan Lee Aug 19
Amazing workshop today “The Rule of Five - Making our research count five times” by . All about increasing research impact.
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Joel Malin Aug 21
Exciting to receive The Role of Knowledge Brokers in Ed . It's been great completing this book with & terrific contributors! We hope it advances ongoing conversations re: & how to
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Sonia Livingstone Aug 18
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HuddersfieldUniPress 20h
Thrilled to see Music Beyond Airports being read so widely - over 4600 downloads in less than 4 weeks!
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Cathy McIlwaine Aug 20
So pleased our film has been selected for festival in Croatia in October. Thanks to
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Applied Psychology and Human Factors Aug 21
This is an exciting project from our farming safety research strand - a pocket sized guide on safety critical skills for farmers!
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Hull_Research_Impact Aug 20
' academics - next Impact Clinic 1st October 2019 - more info. here
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Jessica Howie Aug 21
Love the work that does to share their findings! Kiri Wallace explains in Way #8 of the 10 Ways to Boost the Impact of Your Research: Share outputs other than your manuscripts
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UoD_Researchers Aug 21
Join in an meet colleagues from: , Research Development, , REF Research and Resources, Research Services, Liaison Services, HR and Organisational Development, Organisational and Professional Development and more!
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Jo Simons Aug 15
Thinking tools: Domains of impact - Capacity building, understanding and awareness, economic, attitudinal, environmental, health and wellbeing, policy, cultural, other social, other decision-making & behaviour change impacts. Prof. Mark Reed.
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Daron Oram 22h
Replying to @joeparslow
I think you can count that as a measurable outcome!!
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Jo Simons Aug 15
Thinking tools: to understand your impact you need EMPATHY. Can you put yourself in the shoes of the people who will benefit from your research? This is a skill you can develop. workshop
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Lisa Given 🇨🇦🇦🇺 9h
Prof Aleks Subic, DVCR launching ’s Cloud Innovation Centre - Data for Social Good - with - the only one in the Southern Hemisphere and one of only 7 worldwide
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Dr Sarah Morton Aug 15
This has been a major preoccupation over the last few months! in action!
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Jo Simons Aug 15
Thinking tools: swap out "impact" for "benefit" to see where you are/can make a difference. Very subjective context - may be both winners and losers as consequences to our work workshop.
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Jo Simons Aug 15
Impact evaluation: ID causal links btw research, engagement activities and actual impact. develop evidence-based argument re. significant contribution made by your research to impact. Significance, reach, & attribution needed
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