Knowledge Exchange Framework: A Review
Universities work with partners so that the knowledge they generate can be used for the benefit of the economy and society.
To foster a culture of continuous improvement in knowledge exchange, and to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of public funding for knowledge exchange, Research England developed a new Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF). Results from the first iteration of KEF were published in March 2021.
Since then, Research England has worked with the sector and KEF users to review the KEF and consider next steps.
This event is to accompany the publication of the Knowledge Exchange Framework report in early February. Join us on Tuesday 8th February at 11am to discuss the initial findings of this review. The event will include a presentation of findings from Research England’s new Head of Data and Evidence Ellen Bamford, with a response from a panel of HE sector representatives. You will have an opportunity to join the discussion through a Q&A.
|11am||Welcome remarks: Rosalind Lowe, Head of Policy and Engagement, NCUB|
|11:05am||Knowledge Exchange Framework: A Review – presentation by Ellen Bamford, Head of Data and Evidence|
|11:15am||Panel: opening remarks|
|11:30am||Q&A: Facilitated by Rosalind Lowe|
|11:55am||Closing remarks: Rosalind Lowe|