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1 Research in a wider frame: partnership working in the arts and humanities Susan Amor Head of Knowledge Exchange and Partnerships, AHRC

2 The AHRC plays a fundamental role in facilitating arts and humanities researchers engagement with public, private and third sector partners AHRC Strategy

3 Types of Partnership High level strategic partnerships e.g. BBC Partnerships with major cultural organisations for collaborative research e.g. British Museum, British Library, V&A Strategic partnerships with other funding agencies e.g. Design Council, NESTA, ACE AHRC-led large venture funding initiatives e.g. KE Hubs, CREATe, Brighton Fuse

4 Types of Partnership Thematic engagements through developmental funding e.g. Public Policy Research Networking Project level partnerships e.g. CDAs, Follow- on Funding

5 Developing and sustaining partnerships - AHRCs role Different levels of AHRC engagement Future: focus on a small number of major AHRC- led partnerships serendipity - responding to new opportunities case study evidence and good practice

6 Partnership working in the arts and humanities: a guide to good practice for arts and humanities academics, potential user communities, and others user friendly with helpful hints and tips and case studies covers full life-cycle spirit of sharing advice and experiences open to refinement and additional case studies

7 Partnership working in the arts and humanities: a guide to good practice Covers: Value of partnership working Identifying and meeting a partner Planning the work Partnership agreements and IP

8 Partnership working in the arts and humanities: a guide to good practice Avoiding the pitfalls including Timescales Language Conflict Project students

9 Partnership working in the arts and humanities: a guide to good practice Maximising impact Engaging with the public and media Applying for funding including AHRC opportunities sustainability through other sources of funding

10 Partnership working in the arts and humanities: a guide to good practice Annexes Working with policy makers RCUK Pathways to Impact considerations

11 Partnership working in the arts and humanities: a guide to good practice Published by the end of July in hard copy then interactive PDF PLEASE SEND US YOUR FEEDBACK!

12 Partnership working in the arts and humanities AHRC KE and Partnerships Team Contacts:


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