Here are a selection of presentations from speakers at the Future of Academic Impacts conference on 4th December 2012. Please click the seminar name to download the presentation.

Session 1: The Economic Impact of Academic Research

Patrick Dunleavy – LSE
Chris Thong – Cambridge Economics
Sir Adrian Smith – Vice Chancellor, University of London
Nicola Dandridge – Chief Executive, Universities UK
Simon Bastow – LSE Chair

Session 2: Impact and the New Digital Paradigm

Victor Henning – Co-Founder & CEO, Mendeley Ltd
Ziyad Marar – Global Publishing Director, Sage
Jason Priem – ImpactStory
Jane Tinkler – LSE Chair

Session 2: Next Steps in Assessing Impact

Julia Lane – Senior Managing Economist, American Institutes of Research
Cameron Neylon – Senior Scientist, Science and Technology Facilities Council/ Advocacy Director, PLoS
David Sweeney – Director (Research, Innovation and Skills), HEFCE
Patrick Dunleavy – LSE Chair

Session 4: Impact as a Driver for Open Access

Stephen Curry – Imperial College London
Mark Thorley – RCUK Research Outputs Network
Robert Kiley – Head Digital Services, Wellcome Trust
Chair: Jude England – Head of Social Sciences, The British Library

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Here are a selection of presentations from speakers at the Investigating Academic Impact conference on 13th June 2011. Please click the seminar name to download the presentation.

Panel 1: Current Thinking in Assessing Impact

Panel 2: Innovative Methods for Impact and Engagement

Session A: Academic impact on policy-making

Session B: A ‘how to’ guide to measuring your own academic impact

Session C: Knowledge transfer and the role of research mediators

Session D: Improving academic communication

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