The why and how of research reporting and demonstrating societal impact

Online, available on Zoom, 16.00-17.15 CET

21 February 2023

Research funding bodies worldwide seek to maximise their returns on investment in research and incentivise for valuecreation for society. Monitoring the economic and societal impact of research is now a vital component in the process of organising and funding research, to promote accountability and lead to evidence-based decision-making. Faced with these new challenges, researchers and university staff are called upon to become impact-driven when reporting and monitoring their research.

During this free one-hour webinar three experts will delve into why it is important for researchers to better communicate their research, as well as making use of data in impact assessment, in order to better advocate for the societal value of their research, and in fact improve the impact on society it has.

Join us online at 16.00 CET on February 21st. The link to join the webinar will be shared with the registered participants up to 72 hours before the day of the webinar.

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Confirmed speakers

Kathryn Graham

Kathryn Graham

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Tjitske Holtrop

Tjitske Holtrop

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Eiríkur Smári Sigurðarson

Eiríkur Smári Sigurðarson

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Online, Available on Zoom