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Impact and public engagement for PhD students and early career researchers - 110320

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This interactive session will look at the current Higher Education landscape for public engagement and impact, the Research Excellence Framework (REF) and beyond. It will be led by the Faculty impact and public engagement team, helping you see the potential for impact and public engagement opportunities within your own research.

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Impact and public engagement for PhD students and early career researchers - 110320

  1. 1. Introducing Research Impact Emily Goodier and Alison Hall Impact Capture Assistants Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science
  2. 2. Today’s workshop • To start to think about who would be interested in your research and use this to identify stakeholders that your research could impact upon. • To think strategically and practically about how you could engage with these identified stakeholders to ensure your research leads to impact. • How to evidence your impact appropriately.
  3. 3. What is Research Impact? “…an effect on, change or benefit to the economy, society, culture, public policy or services, health, the environment or quality of life, beyond academia.”
  4. 4. Who could you work with? Dr Ben Edwards – Prehistoric Wales • Excavation at a site in North Wales, Bryn Celli Ddu
  5. 5. Who could you work with? Dr Ben Edwards – Prehistoric Wales • Excavation at Bryn Celli Ddu in North Wales, Local community Heritage organisations Schools Policy makers Archaeologists Hobbyists
  6. 6. Economic Practice Social/Cultural Quality of life/Health Environment Policy Why might they be interested?
  7. 7. Steps for gaining and recording impact Step 1. Raising awareness/dissemination For example, Traditional and Social Media or Research briefing documents What are other words for disseminate? Spread, circulate, disperse, diffuse, distribute, propagate, broadcast, scatter, promulgate, dissipate
  8. 8. Steps for gaining and recording impact Step 2. Intervention CASE STUDY: Alice Kettle ‘Stitch A Tree’
  9. 9. Steps for gaining and recording impact Step 2. Intervention CASE STUDY: Manchester Writing School “Let’s Talk About the Weather: Poems and Ideas for Teachers”
  10. 10. Steps for gaining and recording impact Step 3. Feedback • Interviews • Surveys • Quotes from attendees • Teacher diaries • Films and photos • Testimonials • Media coverage • Demographic data
  11. 11. Useful links www.rcuk.ac.uk/innovation/impacts/ https://www.nihr.ac.uk/documents/how-to-disseminate-your-research/19951 https://www.publicengagement.ac.uk/ https://www.fasttrackimpact.com Contacts Helen Darby – Impact and Public Engagement Manager h.darby@mmu.ac.uk

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