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Lessons from coordinating a knowledge exchange network. A report from the ARCC network

Abstract: Knowledge exchange between academic researchers and policy and practice communities is crucial to delivering benefits across the UK economy and society. UK research councils have invested heavily in supporting such activities to enhance the impact of the research they fund. One of these initiatives, the Adaptation and Resilience in the Context of Change (ARCC) network, is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), to engage with researchers and a wide range of stakeholders in the built environment and infrastructure sectors to help promote sustainable urban environments and resilient infrastructure systems.With over 6 years’ experience in delivering knowledge exchange and supporting impact activities, the ARCC network has recently responded to a challenge from the EPSRC to capture cumulative learning within the team on approaches to coordination and knowledge exchange in order to share this as a means of informing similar initiatives in the future. This report is the accumulation of several months of research across the network and within the small coordination team at the University of Oxford undertaken to unravel just what it is about the network that makes it so successful in achieving additional impact from the multi-million pound research investment. It highlights the complex range of network members’ needs and requirements and it identifies the strategies and approaches that the coordination team have developed or adopted to manage this complexity.

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Publisher: ARCC

Publisher Website: http://www.arcc-network.org.uk/

Issue Date: June 2016Identifiers

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Type: report; Keywords: knowledge exchange research network

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