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June 15th, 2011

Free podcasts, photos, presentations and Twitter results all now available!

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

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June 15th, 2011

Free podcasts, photos, presentations and Twitter results all now available!

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

We’re happy to announce that podcasts, photos, presentations and Twitter results from the Investigating Academic Impact conference on 13th June 2011 are now available to download for free! Just hover over the ‘Impact Conference 2011‘ tab above and access what you need from there, or access the podcasts immediately using the links below.

Download the two opening panel discussions (63 MB, approx 134 minutes)

Panel 1: Current Thinking in Assessing Impact

  • Professor Patrick Dunleavy, Impact of Social Sciences project, London School of Economics
  • Professor Alan Hughes, Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge
  • Tomas Ulrichsen, Public and Corporate Economic Associates

Panel 2: Innovative Methods for Impact and Engagement

  • Charlie Beckett, Director of POLIS, London School of Economics
  • Professor Stephen Curry, blogger, Imperial College London
  • Paul Manners, Director, National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement, UWE
  • Dr Martyn Lawrence, Senior Publisher, Emerald Group Publishing
  • Mike Peel, Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics / Wikimedia UK
  • Chair: Dr Bart Cammaerts, Media and Communications, London School of Economics

Download session A: Academic Impact on Policy-Making (28 MB, approx 60 minutes)

  • Maria O’Beirne, Analysis and Innovation Directorate, Department for Communities and Local Government
  • Jill Rutter, Better Policy Making Programme Director, Institute for Government
  • James Johns, Director of Strategy for Civil Government, HP

Download session B: A ‘How To’ Guide to Measuring Your Own Impact (26 MB, approx 55 minutes)

  • Professor Patrick Dunleavy, Impact of Social Sciences Project, London School of Economics
  • Jane Tinkler, Impact of Social Sciences Project, London School of Economics

Download session C: Knowledge Transfer and the Role of Research Mediators (27MB, approx 58 minutes)

  • Nick Pearce, Director, IPPR
  • Professor Judy Sebba, University of Sussex
  • Daniel Lindsay, Senior Economic Analyst, Shelter

Download session D: Improving Academic Communication(27 MB, approx 58 minutes)

  • Professor Patrick Dunleavy, Impact of Social Sciences Project, London School of Economics
  • Chris Gilson, Managing Editor, British Politics and Policy blog, London School of Economics

Download the concluding panel discussion: Research Impact and the REF(23 MB, approx 49 minutes)

  • Professor Rick Rylance, Chief Executive, Arts and Humanities Research Council
  • David Sweeney, Director of Research, Innovation and Skills, HEFCE
  • Professor Paul Wiles, Panel Chair, REF impact pilot
  • Drs Astrid Wissenburg, Director of Partnerships and Communications, Economics and Social Research Council
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