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Tracking digital impact (TDI): a case study for embedding impact analysis in research using BCE practitioners.

Whittemore, Simon

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Simon Whittemore



Abstract

The TDI project explored the types of digital engagement that are currently in use and how they are monitored. The project assessed what BCE skills, digital focused and traditional, that were available in the institutions and set out to share and embed these skills and experiences across all partners. The project aimed to develop new standards and processes that could form a set of guidelines for implementing effective monitoring procedures for projects undertaking public, business and community engagement through digital technologies. The guidelines were intended to embed digital engagement practices in to researcher led activities which could potentially conform to institutional level policies through a uniform approach. It was intended that the benefits of the new guidelines would be demonstrated through an active case study showing measurable results.

Citation

WHITTEMORE, S. 2012. Tracking digital impact (TDI): a case study for embedding impact analysis in research using BCE practitioners. [Final report]. Bristol: Jisc [online]. Available from: http://repository.jisc.ac.uk/5111/1/TDI_Case_Study_(v0.76).doc

Report Type Research Report
Online Publication Date Aug 31, 2012
Publication Date Aug 31, 2012
Deposit Date Oct 11, 2016
Publicly Available Date Oct 11, 2016
Publisher Jisc
Keywords Research impact; Digital technologies; Research support
Public URL http://hdl.handle.net/10059/1892
Publisher URL http://repository.jisc.ac.uk/5111/1/TDI_Case_Study_(v0.76).doc

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