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1 Creative Commons Doing Research with/out Impact: Policing Studies as a Global Field of Interest Ian Loader and Ben Bradford, Centre for Criminology, give a talk for the Centre for Criminology seminar series on 5th June 2015. Ian Loader, Ben Bradford 29 Nov 2016
2 VERVE: Connecting the public with displays at the Pitt Rivers Museum Beth McDougall and Madeleine Ding, VERVE Team, Pitt Rivers Museum give a short talk for the Oxford University Museums Staff Conference. Beth McDougall, Madeleine Ding 21 Oct 2016
3 Why community groups work with museums Nicola Bird, Community Engagement Officer, Oxford University Museums gives a short talk for the Oxford University Museums Staff Conference. Nicola Bird 21 Oct 2016
4 Creative Commons New frameworks for measuring performance International evaluation expert Dr Michael Quinn Patton and OIIP Programme Director Gayle Peterson will discuss best practice and new frameworks for evaluating and measuring performance when investing in solutions to complex, systemic problems. Michael Quinn Patton 18 Oct 2016
5 Why We Need the Humanities How has humanities scholarship influenced biomedical research and civil liberties and how can scholars serve the common good? Donald Drakeman, Richard Ekins, Jay Sexton, Helen Small 27 Jul 2016
6 Women of influence in impact investing and social finance Sujata Lamba, Director, World Bank and Shuen Chan, Permian Global Fund give a talk for the Oxford Impact Investment Programme. Shuen Chan, Sujata Lamba 17 Dec 2015
7 Impact What is the impact we create? How is it measured, justified, used? Three speakers from a social, historical and professional background examine what impact means in different scenarios, both for academics themselves, and the public at large. Gorgi Krlev, Matt Smart, Jonathan Healey 03 Dec 2015
8 Impact and Knowledge Exchange in an Evolving Research Environment A panel session reflecting on research impact and knowledge exchange from different angles, from user perspectives and wide public debates, through institutional contexts and the interfaces with different funding bodies, and to international experiences Andrew Dilnot, Claire Donovan, Colette Fagan, Roger Goodman 21 Sep 2015
9 Approaches to facilitating research impact The talk will reflect on ways in which research can lead to impact and how this can be evidenced. The main focus will be on approaches and strategies for increasing impact with respect to the next REF. Simon Kerridge 21 Sep 2015
10 Competing for excellence: Perverse and constructive effects of evaluation machines in academia Professor Paul Wouters discusses the current tensions in the way researchers are being evaluated and assessed and introduces the concept of "evaluation machines" to understand the dynamics behind disconnected assessment practices. Paul Wouters 21 Sep 2015
11 What was I thinking?! - being an academic in the age of impact Reflecting on experience as academic lead for the Warwick Commission for the Future of Cultural Value, Dr Eleonora Belfiore explores the possibilities and challenges that developing a collaborative approach to generating fresh policy thinking entails. Eleonora Belfiore 21 Sep 2015
12 Understanding research impact: analysis of the REF impact case studies Delivering impact from research has become a central feature of the research policy landscape in the UK and beyond, in this seminar Dr Stephen Hill considers what is meant by ‘research impact’ and examines recent impact case studies. Steven Hill 21 Sep 2015
13 In metrics we trust? Impact, indicators & the prospects for social science over the next five years James Wilsdon talks about the role of metrics in researcg assessment and the opportunities & dilemmas for the social sciences & humanities. James Wilsdon, David Walker 21 Sep 2015
14 Creative Commons Open Educational Resources (OER) Find out about the Open Education Resources and Initiatives at the University of Oxford! Sean Faughnan, Marion Manton 06 Jul 2015
15 Creative Commons Podcasting Watch leading academic talk about their experiences with the University’s Podcasting Initiative! Ian Goldin, Julian Savulescu 06 Jul 2015
16 Creative Commons RunCoCo: how to run a community collection online Find out about “the Oxford Community Collection Model” used for successful crowdsourcing since 2007. The RunCoCo service at the University of Oxford University shows how you can run a community collection online and engage with your community. Patrick Penzo, Alun Edwards, Ylva Berglund Prytz, Stuart Lee 13 Oct 2014
17 Creative Commons What is a Roadshow? Find out about roadshows - face-to-face engagement – part of “the Oxford Community Collection Model” used for successful crowdsourcing, e.g. Europeana 1914-1918. RunCoCo shows how you can run a community collection online and engage with your community. Patrick Penzo, Alun Edwards, Ylva Bergland Prytz 13 Oct 2014
18 Creative Commons Why blog? (session one, part one) Exploring the phenomena of blogging – the motivations and the consequences – with UK academic blogs producers Kate Brooks, A. Blake Ewing, Chris Gilson, Sierra Williams 04 Apr 2014
19 Creative Commons Introduction to Academic Blogging: Political Analysis in the Digital Age Stuart White, Director of the Public Policy Unit, gives an introduction to Academic Blogging: Political Analysis in the Digital Age one day conference Stuart White 04 Apr 2014
20 Creative Commons 13.Bodleian Ballads Online: engagement for performance, teaching and research. Cultural Connections talk by Giles Bergel. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Giles Bergel 08 Aug 2013
21 Creative Commons 11.Consultancy: complementing research whilst increasing impact and income. Cultural Connections talk by Gurinder Punn. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Gurinder Punn 08 Aug 2013
22 Creative Commons 15.From broadcast to collaboration: the challenges of public engagement in Museums. Cultural Connections talk by Mia Ridge. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Mia Ridge 07 Aug 2013
23 Creative Commons 12.Academics 0 Musicians 1 (HT) Cultural Connections talk by Mark Doffman. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Mark Doffman 07 Aug 2013
24 Creative Commons 05.British History Online: assessing a successful digital resource. Cultural Connections talk by Jonathan Blaney. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Jonathan Blaney 07 Aug 2013
25 Creative Commons 04.EEBO-TCP: measuring impact and making changes. Cultural Connections talk by Judith Siefring. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Judith Siefring 07 Aug 2013
26 Creative Commons 03.Impact as a Process: understanding and enhancing the reach of digital resources. Cultural Connections talk by Dr Eric Meyer and Dr Kathryn Eccles. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Eric Meyer, Kathryn Eccles 07 Aug 2013
27 Creative Commons Humanities Graduates and the British Economy Humanities Graduates and the British Economy. Shearer West, Sir Adam Roberts, Philip Kreager, Stephen Tuck 01 Aug 2013
28 Creative Commons Europeana 1914-1918: Community Collection Alun Edwards, Manager for RunCoCo, University of Oxford, discusses the value of crowd-sourcing and public engagement in the Europeana 1914-1918 project to digitise First World War memorabilia. Alun Edwards 24 Aug 2012
29 The Growth of the Corporate Blog: 'Letting go' of Information Control or Maintaining the Official Line? What do companies expect to gain from maintaining an online 'social media' presence? What are the implications of these trends for the development of traditional public relations strategies and business journalism? Jonathan Silberstein-Loeb, Kara Swisher, Simon Hampton, Mark Rogers 09 Nov 2009
30 Blogging at 20? The Future and Potential of Social Media If social media are the defining advance of Web 2.0, whereby the network-as-platform enabled users not just to download content but to create it, tag it and share it ... what will the next decade hold? Will we continue to Tweet? William Dutton, Nigel Shadbolt, Dave Sifry, Richard Allan 09 Nov 2009
31 Parties, Campaigns and Representation: The Political Impact of Blogs and Social Media Panel discussion during the Oxford Social Media Convention 2009 on whether the outcome of political careers and even campaigns is increasingly dependent on the successful mastery of new communication tools including social media. Helen Margetts, Iain Dale, Andrew Rasiej, Matthew McGregor 30 Oct 2009
32 Social Media, So What? Assessing the Impact of Blogs and Social Media Panel discussion during the Oxford Social Media Convention 2009 on the socially egalitarian and politically democratic potential of social media. Have they lived up to the promises? Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, Stefan Niggemeier, Evgeny Morozov, Richard Allan 30 Oct 2009
33 Parties, Campaigns and Representation: The Political Impact of Blogs and Social Media Are social media tools likely to prove effective in engaging any voters except those who are already interested in politics? Is their apparent 'democratisation' of traditional party structures to be believed? Helen Margetts, Iain Dale, Andrew Rasiej, Matthew McGregor 07 Oct 2009
34 Social Media, So What? Assessing the Impact of Blogs and Social Media Can Web 2.0 tools (eg blogs, social networking and wikis) enhance our democratic freedoms? Or can we dismiss the socially egalitarian and politically democratic potential of these social media? Have any significant social impacts been ignored so far? Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, Stefan Niggemeier, Evgeny Morozov, Richard Allan 07 Oct 2009