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January 3-4th 2007University of Plymouth Academic Dissemination with a focus on HELP CETL Award Holders Mark Stone, HELP CETL Director Higher Education.

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1 January 3-4th 2007University of Plymouth Academic Dissemination with a focus on HELP CETL Award Holders Mark Stone, HELP CETL Director Higher Education Learning Partnerships Centre for Excellence in Teaching & Learning

2 Build on the bid Aims Objectives Audience Partners Methods Potential partners and outputs in the plan 20 ways of disseminating....

3 Press release Good to get a clear succinct story straight at the beginning A serious way to start Builds support and a constituency Get training and advice

4 Managers Get their support Don’t keep them in the dark Brief them periodically - you set the agenda and tone e.g. don’t wait to be asked Use their ideas, experience and leverage Let your success be their success as well - ‘my staff are doing great work...’

5 A full CV All projects and all outputs Organisational and role context Interests and skills The full story of what has been done - speedy, accurate and comprehensive Helps get the next one Interest and confidence

6 Biography An up to date snap shot inc photo Significant milestones What now What next Publicity, participation and outcomes E.g. college, UPC, university, FDF, HEA…

7 CoPs & Networks Publicise interests activity and outputs as peers Should be one of the first ports of call for research and writing partners Finding contacts and connections for you Also a source of advice and guidance

8 Website Your own and or others Speed of response helps Launch, contacts and basics News and updating Monitoring and reporting Benefit and value Continuity, archive and exit strategy

9 Presentations Core subject target audience + Peers Colleagues Students New audiences Related or tangential connections Process and experience

10 Articles Institution journal Trade magazine Sector or specialist periodical Publicity, participation and outcomes E.g. college, UPC, university, FDF, HEA…

11 Reports Fulfil your obligations Let funders and supporters be proud of you When drafting, use it to collect material developed for other purposes e.g. launch PR Have a core report that has everything in it that can then be mined for a range of outputs Make it your core dissemination tool not just an end point Get an ISDN no

12 Guide Short Key artefact In introduction / jumping off point Clarity and purpose Professionalism

13 Poster Clarify key message Cover part of your work Connect your own and others work Great way into conferences and events Visual Different type of reader and viewing situation Can be digital

14 Conference paper Style and formats vary massively inc keynotes, strands and colloquiums Institutional, regional, national and international Many require few words but most include questions and or panels Practice and confidence - ask and offer

15 Journal paper Structure and formatting Length and focus [rigor and lead time] Quality - process inc peer review - expect revisions and rejections Read journals Build on conferences Joint publications

16 Book chapter Structure Context Manageable Discipline Editor Contacts and experience

17 Repositories Supported dissemination now and ongoing Outputs Meta data Point to resources Benefits of participation and association

18 Meetings Set agenda items Submit papers Ask for timed business Speak in support of your ideas and lead the debate

19 Workshops Hands on and participative Replication or repetition Developmental for self and audience Something to take away Action focused

20 Briefing / discussion paper Short summary of findings plus questions and recommendations Institutional learning Organisational questions What now what next Moving beyond academic peer and colleagues Implications and follow up actions

21 Research Rpt / Digest Ensure your work is listed and acknowledged in your institution - there is value for individual and institution Generates interest and other potential dissemination or research opportunities

22 Expertise list Ensure your knowledge and experience is known about by the wider institution Need material to hand and ability to respond rapidly Confidence and practice to speak on issues or represent the institution of field - get training Generates interest and other potential dissemination or research opportunities There is value for individual and institution

23 Key lessons Dissemination is part of research and scholarly activity - not a possible additional activity Start writing with the bidding process Promote it all Promote yourself Be ready Reuse, repurpose and recycle


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