Julie Bayley (Impact Officer) and Julia Ryall (Programmes Director, Post Award) were delighted to present on Coventry’s impact work at the annual Association of Research Managers and Administrators (ARMA) conference . The event, held this year at the Hilton Hotel Blackpool (June 9-11, 2014) was attended by a range of research support and management staff and forms a central part of the ARMA calendar.
“Embedding impact: effecting institutional change through the development and rollout of an Impact Capture System at Coventry University” covered both ERIC and the process of developing an impact culture within a UK university. The session aimed to share Coventry’s learning from undertaking this process and offer delegates insight to shape activities in their own institutions.
To download copies of session materials or to access further references, please use the links below.
- Bayley, J. (2014). How-to guide for building a university-administered impact management tool for academics. [Blog] LSE Impact of Social Sciences.
- Fedorciow, L. and Bayley, J. (2014). Strategies for the management and adoption of impact capture processes within research information management systems (Conference paper) Procedia Computer Science, 33, 25-32