We have some great events coming up over the next few weeks to help support you in your research activity within the Research and Knowledge Exchange Development Framework (RKEDF).
We have grouped the RKEDF events around your needs, so if, for example, you are an Early Career Researcher or need to know about external funding, you can click on the link to find all the RKEDF sessions that may assist you. You can also find related events by using the link on each session’s page.
Events in February
|Friday 1st February||RKEDF: Impact Case Study Writing Retreat|
|Tuesday 5th February||RKEDF: Research Ethics @ BU|
|Tuesday 5th February||RKEDF: Measuring the Impact of Your Research with Advanced Citation Tools|
|Wednesday 6th February||RKEDF: Research Data Management|
|Monday 11th February||RKEDF: Building Evidence for REF Impact Case Studies|
|Tuesday 12th February||RKEDF: Main Panel – Developing Impact Case Studies for your REF Panel: the good, bad and ugly|
|Tuesday 12th February||RKEDF: EndNote Desktop for Managing References and Writing for Publication|
|Wednesday 13th February||RKEDF: BA/Leverhulme Small Research Grants Guidance Session|
|Wednesday 13th February||RKEDF: Research Professional Spring Seminars|
|Wednesday 13th February||RKEDF: Getting the Best from Research Professional|
|Monday 25th February||RKEDF: Impact Case Study Writing Retreat|
Events in March
|Friday 1st March||RKEDF: Introduction to the Logframe Approach|
|Monday 4th March||RKEDF: Technical Bid Writing Workshop|
|Wednesday 6th March||RKEDF: Achieving Policy Impact in the UK Parliament|
|Friday 8th March||RKEDF: Research Outputs – Writing Day|
|Monday 11th March||RKEDF: Writing Academy – Day 1 of 3|
|Wednesday 13th March||RKEDF: Introduction to NVivo: Setting up your qualitative data|
|Thursday 14th March||RKEDF: Advanced NVivo: Analysing your data|
|Wednesday 27th March||RKEDF: EndNote Desktop for Managing References and Writing for Publication|
|Wednesday 27th March||RKEDF: Research Data Management|
This list does not include events where attendance requires faculty nominations / applications or those events which are part of the Early Career Researcher Network schedule for 18/19.
You can see all the Organisational Development and RKEDF events in one place on the handy calendar of events.
Please note that all sessions are now targeted, so look closely at the event page to ensure that the event is suitable for you. In addition, RKEDF events now require the approval of your Head of Department (or other nominated approver). Please follow the instructions given on the event page and the template email for you to initiate the booking request.
If you have any queries, please get in touch!