Webinar: How to approach Internal Impact Reviews

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Please register your interest for the webinar using your official organisational email and be advised that you will receive an email with joining instructions after registration closes. Ensure that you follow those instructions to successfully attend the webinar.

Registration for this webinar will close on Sunday 2nd of December.



Background

Over the last few years many universities globally are starting to carry out regular impact reviews and embed annual impact reporting in their existing reporting frameworks to demonstrate to external stakeholders - including prospective students, government, funders and the community - how they are contributing to global and local wellbeing, and, in order showcase their impact, achievements and relevance. This is of course more prominent in countries where there is existing reporting requirements from funders - such as REF2021 (UK), EI2018 (Australia), RAE 2020 (Hong Kong) - however, a growing number of universities in other countries are doing this simply as a form of best practice, for example, by reporting on their sustainability initiatives.

University impact reports tend to be broader than just research impact, they could be an amalgamation of the impact of various areas of an university's operations, such as teaching, student led activities, estates and recycling. Similarly, there can be many different approaches, based on purpose, focus and scope, to internal impact reviews.


Webinar details

This webinar will be led by Laura Tucker (CEO) and Lucy Davies (Product Manager, VV-Impact Tracker) from Vertigo Ventures. The webinar will run for approximately 45 mins covering:

  • Why do internal impact reviews?

  • Key trends in Higher Education

  • Different types of impact reviews

  • Things to think about when designing a system for reviews

  • Implementing an internal review

  • Top tips

  • Q&A

Who should attend?

  • Strategic planning teams

  • Senior management

  • REF Managers/Directors of Research Office

  • Impact Officers/KE professionals

  • Directors of Research/Research & Enterprise committee members





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