This section archives key presentations and toolkits from past editions of the Schools, including sample templates for developing a research impact assessment plan. Please feel free to browse, be inspired, and use the material to help develop yours and others’ work in research impact assessment.

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If you would like to find out more about the individual schools or to make contact with research impact assessment professionals in your region, please email the organisers listed at the end of each page.

Barcelona School 2013

Jonathan Grant and Paula Adam (Co-Directors, Barcelona 2013)


Banff School 2014

Kathryn Graham (Director, Banff 2014)


Doha School 2015

Omar Boukhris (Director, Doha 2015)


Melbourne School 2016

Anne-Maree Dowd  (Director, Melbourne 2016)


Denmark 2017

Gert Vilhelm Balling & Rikke Nording Christensen (Directors, Denmark 2017)
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