Co-facilitated by Aileen Marshall-Brown (Senior Research Impact Facilitator, Social Sciences Division) and Charlotte Medland (Impact and Evaluation Officer, Humanities Division), these workshops will support researchers doing impactful activity to plan their evidence-gathering process. These skills will be especially useful as we approach REF2021. The sessions will include:
• How to use Symplectic Elements for REF outputs and impact, and the advantages of storing your data in this way;
• What a 4* Impact Case Study looks like in Symplectic;
• How to ensure you are collecting the ‘right’ evidence for REF impact;
• Hands on experience with Symplectic;
Lunch will be provided. Open to researchers from Social Sciences Division & Humanities Division.
• Booking essential via Eventbrite here