Activity: Conference participation › Participation in workshop, seminar, course
Stephen Partridge - Participant, 23 Oct 2012
Organised by Kingston University & its Practice Research Unit
The submission of Practice-based research for the Research Excellence Framework presents opportunities and challenges to researchers involved in practice. Researchers and REF panel members came together to explore the issues through workshop based sessions with case studies of REF submissions by practice-based researchers, alongside sessions on interdisciplinary research and impact.
Practice-Based Research proceedings available to download:
*John Adams - Presenting the Evidence: The REF output statement and portfolio *Bruce Brown - The Research Excellence Framework: Assessment framework, guidance on submissions and panel criteria *Stephen Boyd Davis - Impact Case Studies: Some points on the plane of practice *Graham Jeffery - Interdisciplinarity and Practice-based Research: Some REF 2014 dilemmas *Stephen Partridge - Frascati, excellence, practice and the drift towards orthodoxy *Sue Thornham - REF: Sub-panel 36 *Adam Thorpe - Bikeoff Research Initiative (2004-12): Impact case study
|Duration||23 Oct 2012 → 23 Oct 2012|
|Location||Rose Theatre, Kingston upon Thames|