The Benefits and Potential Hazards of making a Cultural Impact Online

The Benefits and Potential Hazards of making a Cultural Impact Online

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Discussion on how Making an Cultural impact online might support our face-to-face activities?

About this event

Discussion with Professor Dinah Birch (Pro Vice Chancellor for Cultural Engagement) and Prof Georgina Endfield (APVC Research and Impact (Humanities and Social Sciences); Professor of Environmental History).

This session will cover issues such as;

• How to adjust the nature of events to support increased reach and broad demographic?

• Inclusivity and exclusivity.

• How an online event can make the events more passive, with less sense of real engagement.

• How to adjust approach to promote genuine involvement and active engagement?

• How to tempt people to sign up for face-to-face events alongside increased virtual participation?


Prof Dinah Birch - Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Cultural Engagement

Prof Georgina Endfield - APVC Research and Impact (Humanities and Social Sciences); Professor of Environmental History

The session will be Chaired by Sue Jarvis co Director of Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place at the University of Liverpool

The Researcher Development Framework (RDF) attributes developed during this session are relevant to the following sub-domains:

Domain A: Knowledge and Intellectual Abilities

A1: Knowledge base

A2: Cognitive Abilities   

A3: Creativity    

Domain B: Personal Effectiveness

B1: Personal Qualities   

B2: Self-Management

B3: Professional and Career Development

Domain C: Research Governance and Organisation        

C1: Professional Conduct

C2: Research Management        

C3: Finance, Funding and Resources       

Domain D: Engagement, Influence and Impact

D1: Working with Others            

D2: Communication and Dissemination

D3: Engagement and Impact

Accessibility Adjustments and Alternative Format requests

If you require any accessibility reasonable adjustments or have any questions about this session, please contact the RSA at at least 7 days before the session date so that your requirements can be referred to the facilitator(s) who will make every effort to address them where possible.

Academy Researcher Development Inclusivity Statement

The Academy is committed to providing an environment which recognises and values people's differences, capitalises on the strengths that those differences bring to the institution and supports all staff and students in maximising their potential to succeed. In line with the Academy's firm commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion, we offer all postdoctoral and research-related opportunities to develop and network irrespective of a researcher’s gender, ethnicity, age, self-identification, disability, religious affiliation, or any other criteria used to separate and define.

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