Thinking about Impact Evidence Collection in your Research
This workshop will look at different types of impacts from research with a focus on a variety of indicators to demonstrate reach and significance.
Who this event is for:
- Research staff
- Postgraduate research students
Details: This online workshop will be led by Professor Tina Miller (Research Impact Champion). We recognise that most of our research and research-related activities have impact of some sort, and that there may be different pathways and timescales involved in achieving positive societal, cultural, economic, technological and/or environmental impacts across disciplines.
This workshop will look at different types of impacts from research with a focus on a variety of indicators to demonstrate reach and significance. You will also learn about how to use the Impact Tracker, a bespoke system developed by Oxford Brookes University to enable our research community to capture and record all the various ways in which their research makes positive impacts on individuals, communities and wider society.
Target audience: This University Research & KE training session is open to all research-active staff and research students. It forms an optional session for staff registered on the First Three Years EXPLORE@Brookes programme.
•1.5 hour interactive online workshop