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Research Whisperer
The Research Whisperer shepherds you through the arcane world of academic research, funding, + building that track-record. Run by + .
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Research Whisperer 14h
Replying to @macfound
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Research Whisperer 14h
Replying to @macfound
Helping short-listed applicants to get funded. have published the short-listed proposals for the program. The publishes great unfunded proposals from key philanthropic programs.
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How do universities help researchers find new opportunities for their failed grant applications?
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Caitlin Coxon Feb 18
102 years later and somehow I don’t think you could get away with ending an article like this anymore.
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Dr Jen Martin Feb 18
Terrific advice from 'recovering academic and recovering senior bureaucrat' on science impact. Science is not an uncontested input into decision making. Decision-making processes are a dance: we must consider timing, priorities, culture & people.
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Megan Lim Feb 18
Having followers is great, but can you really turn social media reach into academic outcomes (ie grants)? Examples please!
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Lauren Gawne Feb 18
Replying to @superlinguo
Audience want staff support, partnerships & training for this work. Researchers shouldn't have to do this alone!!
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Research Whisperer Feb 18
Moved into Q&A section! Shoutout to from . Signing off from livetweeting for now. Huge thanks to David Phipps for this presentation - engaging, succinct, fascintaing. Consider knowledge mobilised!
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Research Whisperer Feb 18
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Research Whisperer Feb 18
Replying to @researchimpact
Contexts for nations and project resource scale may differ a lot but the processes and elements are similar.
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Research Impact Academy Feb 18
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Dr Tseen Khoo Feb 18
Replying to @researchimpact
.: Canada doesn’t have a assessment exercise. It tracks and supports it because they _want_ to know / generate research impact, not because they’re _told_ to (by govt).
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Research Whisperer Feb 18
Replying to @researchimpact
. says we should be helping researchers improve the uptake of their research, as researchers often stop at dissemination. Universities/academics need to stop assuming that people will come to them.
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Research Whisperer Feb 18
Replying to @HangryPancreas
😀👍🏽
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Research Whisperer Feb 18
Replying to @researchimpact
Pathway to impact must have monitoring and eval along the way. also emphasises: Patents are not impact. (Pls tell your governments)
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Lauren Gawne Feb 18
Replying to @superlinguo
(Me: I love that impact is built in from the start) Phipps: it's hard to measure impact because it takes so long. Attribution doesn't really make sense because impact is often because research is a co-production with participants.
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Research Whisperer Feb 18
Replying to @researchimpact
And this is more meaningful when considering how research really happens - there is not a neat beginning and end.
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Research Whisperer Feb 18
Replying to @HangryPancreas
Are you here?! 🙂
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Ashley Ng Feb 18
Research Frameworks are like toothbrushes. Every researcher has one but doesn't like to use someone else's -
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Research Whisperer Feb 18
Replying to @mobilemobilizer
. offers this simple model and definition of .
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