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KE Concordat: Capacity building and recognition and reward - Shared screen with speaker view
Tamsin Mann
23:58
Anyone who hasn't seen the report by Tomas on the impact of Covid, it's now available to download on the NCUB website along with a recording of last week's webinar. https://www.ncub.co.uk/reports/innovating-during-a-crisis-the-effects-of-the-covid-19-pandemic-on-how-universities-contribute-to-innovation
Angela Jeffery - Aston University
27:34
Sarah Foxton, how do we access the webinar you referred to for researchers on impacting policy?
Sonja Vujovic
28:11
and adding to Angela's question - how do we become a part of your network and help you access researchers and expertise in our institutions?
Sarah Foxen
30:24
You can get us on keu@parliament.uk - do drop us a line and let us know you'd like to join the knowledge mobilisers network. Just let us know your name, job title, email address. We'd love to have you join - thank you!
Sarah Foxen
32:05
In the next week or so, all our webinars should be available on YouTube. They will be available from here: https://www.parliament.uk/get-involved/research-impact-at-the-uk-parliament/training-and-events/
Julie Schofield
41:41
KE support for students is provided through Careers Service. Collaborations with KE staff within the innovation service
Barry Timmins
44:32
I think we are structuresd to support graduate enterprise very well indeed, the 'KE' activity is perhaps dissipated across various pillars and delivered via similallry different routes from being embedded in modules, 3rd year projects placements etc.
Phil Fiddaman
45:23
Same here at Hertfordshire. Of course, the OfS is driving more focus towards student KE given that they fund 18% of HEIF. Plus they have a number of KE Student Engagement projects in collaboration with Research England
Julie Schofield
45:58
Hi Barry, I would agree UEA has a very similar model. We also provide a number of programmes for PGR students to engage with KE activities including iTeams (MIT)
Amanda Selvaratnam
46:27
agree its about the people and a lot of people involed would not necessarily define them selves as KE professionals eg those in careers and those who work in impact
Julie Schofield
46:35
Will you share the presentation after the event?
Myles Hanlon
47:09
Yes we will circulate the slides
Amy Birch
47:25
Capacity building seems to be focused on permanent academic staff or students; I wonder what the panel (or others) think about how to engage fixed-term contract research staff (e.g., postdocs) with this, or promote the value of including this group within universities to build KE capacity
Amanda Selvaratnam
47:51
very interested in how an institution decides on its key partners and the definition of such a relationship
Evelyn Wilson
48:41
We’ve just launched National Centre for Academic and Cultural Exchange (ncace.ac.uk) so if there people who’d like to connect, particularly around KE with arts and cultural sectors, we’d love too hear from you. We’re developing two new networks Knowledge Impacts Network (KIN) and Evidence Cafe. Both starting March.
Tony Stimson
52:18
Really interesting to see Salesforce referenced as CRM. Common use of SF is applying a common institution wide language to reflect current state (or progress) of any engagement from identification to closure.
Emily Hopkins
53:15
http://ncace.ac.uk/ More information can be found through our website, with updates posted on our Twitter @CultureImpacts - please do get in touch!
Amanda Selvaratnam
54:15
@tony stimson - praxis auril is planning a session on CRMs and one of the initial findings is that many KE units are using salesforce as a CRM - York is thinking of doing so
Barry Timmins
57:41
CRM was a JISC focus a while back Amanda so there were lots of resources developed - especially the crucial pre-purchase phase, so defining what you will wat your system to do so etc.
Amanda Selvaratnam
01:00:25
i'd like to know if anyone is working hard to bring in new KE professionals from the academic or external community and how they go about training them up
Clare Keegan Harper Adams University
01:01:50
Our CRM (dynamics) is in development but the challenge has been in making organisational enquiries equal to student enquiries with a formalised tracking process. The language of KE is a good starting point for us.
Sonja Vujovic
01:08:52
We are actually providing some additional funding to our careers team through HEIF to help with student enterprise
Julie Schofield
01:08:58
I manage student enterprise and national careers business engagement team as part of my portfolio
Amanda Selvaratnam
01:09:09
yes so are we
Amanda Selvaratnam
01:09:15
we use HEIF tomsupport careers
Karim Sorefan
01:09:26
we have also just set up an student enterprise unit
Shona Campbell
01:09:35
We're recruiting to a new post to link student KE to the Enterprise Team
Deborah Keogh
01:09:44
Completely connected at the. Royal. Conservatoire in Scotland too
Paul Manners
01:10:51
Link to really interesting Physiological Society report into KE that Tamsin mentioned: https://www.physoc.org/policy/knowledge-exchange/
Clare Keegan Harper Adams University
01:11:01
Not connected with KE as so much placement and graduate recruitment activity, but referrals are going both ways.
Ray Kent
01:11:47
Example of small specialist institution leading a CCF programme? The Royal Veterinary College - leads The Bloomsbury SET, details rkent@rvc.ac.uk
Kirstie Cochrane
01:12:08
Also eira.ac.uk is a good CCF example
Karim Sorefan
01:12:08
thanks everyone.
Barry Timmins
01:12:11
we have a grouping of all external business/ employer facing teams - span central services eg careers, R&E, procurement alomgside school based eg placement units etc. This has been really useful
Emma Calverley
01:12:12
Thanks
Emily Hopkins
01:12:13
Thank you!
Yvonne Kinnaird
01:12:16
Thanks.