New knowledge exchange case studies resource

In today’s blog, we highlight our new knowledge exchange case studies resource; a bank of real-life case studies showcasing how some of our researchers have successfully incorporated knowledge exchange activities within their research projects.

Edinburgh Research Office’s Knowledge Exchange and Impact Team have developed knowledge exchange (KE) case studies which showcase the KE activities of some of our researchers within the College of Arts Humanities and Social Science (CAHSS). The case studies are available to all University of Edinburgh members of staff to read on our Edinburgh Research Office SharePoint site.

Read the case studies.

A broad variety of case studies

The resource includes a broad spectrum of case studies highlighting researchers’ experiences from across many different schools, including:

  • Edinburgh College of Art;
  • School of Economics;
  • School of Social and Political Science;
  • Business School;
  • Moray House School of Education and Sport; and
  • School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Studies.

In the case studies researchers share their experiences, thoughts and reflections from their projects, and highlight the funding they secured to support their activities; all useful insights to help plan your own KE research activities.

Support with your knowledge exchange and impact planning

KE activities can help you to increase the impact of your research, and so it is important to integrate KE into your research project planning early on. If you are a researcher in CAHSS looking for support or guidance to do this, please contact our Knowledge Exchange and Impact Team at Edinburgh Research Office KE.office@ed.ac.uk .

We have also have developed online resources on our Edinburgh Research Office website including some KE and Impact “How to guides”.

Get involved and share your KE experiences

The Knowledge Exchange and Impact Team at Edinburgh Research Office will continue to add new case studies to this resource. If you’re a researcher based in CAHSS and would like to contribute your own case study – please get in touch with the team on KE.office@ed.ac.uk . We’d love to feature your research!

 

 

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