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20th November, 2019

Undertaking, supporting and advocating for impactful KE and its values beyond the academy


Event Details

20th November, 2019
14:00 - 17:00
Clarence Centre (Room DC.G12/13)
6 St George's Circus

As interest in Knowledge Exchange continues apace, both within and beyond the academy, this half-day workshop sets out to focus on the implications of Knowledge Exchange Framework for researchers, academic professionals and external industry partners; in particular those from the arts, cultural and creative industries.

It will shine a light on current modes of Knowledge Exchange and how these are being enacted, with whom and to what effects.

Building out from the KE Concordat, it will also provide a space to reflect on how, going forward, KE might better be advocated for and supported.

Contributors will include:  Dr Lisa Dikomitis (PI, SOLACE Project, University of Keele), Matthew Guest (Policy Manager, GuildHE), Claudia Lastra (Executive Director, Arts Catalyst), Hamish McAlpine (Head of KE Date and Evidence, Research England) and Professor Victoria Tischler (Professor of Arts and Health, Head of Dementia Care Centre, University of West London).

Free to TCCE Members with an allocated number of tickets available to non-member HEIs and organisations £50.

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Evelyn Wilson

Knowledge exchange has been somewhat marginalised in HE. But attitudes are rightly changing. After all, working together on knowledge generation/application is what so many researchers and cultural practitioners do brilliantly. Join us @InfoTCCE 20th Nov.

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