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KE is a new priority for Universities, driven by the introduction of the Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) and the Knowledge Exchange Concordat (KEC).
However, as a relatively new term, KE is generating uncertainty among staff and institutions about what it is precisely, whether it means additional work on top of existing duties, and how it can be introduced and integrated into practice - both at individual and Faculty levels.
This introductory workshop starts by defining KE, identifies what it looks like in practice and then splits into two tracks. One track focuses on individuals and how to get started with KE, the second is for those looking to lead KE in Faculty or Department and considers how to support and promote KE activity among staff.
The course will be led by Darryl Bibby, KE Consultant, and Dr Denise Cooke, Head of Knowledge Exchange in Research and Innovation Services (RIS) at the University of Bath.
Lunch with Impact Workshops
This workshop is part of a series organised by the University’s HEIF and EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account (IAA), to support researchers in identifying, generating, evidencing and achieving knowledge exchange and impact from their research. Sessions are designed to enable attendees to apply the information, knowledge and tools to their own research.