About this programme
Research Impact: Creating Meaning and Value teaches the fundamentals of research impact – what it is and how it can be embedded into every step of the research journey – to help support universities in embedding a broader culture of research impact.
While references are made to national impact assessment exercises and specific funding requirements in different regions, the course identifies universal skills mapped to the research journey. Modules include plentiful real-world case studies, inspiring stories and video interviews representing a range of researchers from across disciplines and at different career stages. Researchers are also encouraged to reflect on their own context. Activities are designed so that researchers can choose their own path through the content, whether that’s related to specific disciplines or national contexts.
- A multi-disciplinary approach enables researchers to choose their path and encourages collaboration across disciplines.
- A flexible, modular structure enables researchers to dip in and out of the programme at a time and place that suits them.
- It supports a blended approach and can be used to complement any existing workshops and other training and support initiatives at your university.
This programme is relevant to researchers at all levels, with particular relevance for doctoral students, postdoctoral researchers, and early-career researchers. It is suitable across all major disciplines.