Invitation to Vertigo Ventures’ Seminar on Engagement & Impact: Creating 4* RAE Impact Case Studies

(12 June 2018) Vertigo Ventures is pleased to invite you to their seminar on Engagement & Impact: Creating 4* RAE Impact Case Studies to be held on Thursday 21 June 2018, 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. (followed by light refreshments) @ The Hub, 1/F., Fortune Building, 150-158 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.

This seminar will be led by Vertigo Ventures’ founder and CEO, Laura Tucker, and Innovative Education Services’ General Manager, Woei-Fuh Wong, and Brunel University’s Dr. Jeung Lee, covering:

  • A brief introduction to research impact and why it is important
  • What makes a 4* RAE impact case study?
  • Creating Pathways to Impact
  • A live demo of VV-Impact Tracker with its innovative RAE related functions

Impact reporting has grown in value exponentially over the last decade. Today, the University Grants Committee (UGC) requires systematic impact planning and reporting from universities as part of the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2020. Impact data has become key for making the business case for investment in research. Whilst the funding landscape is subject to change, the requirement to demonstrate the wider impact of research continues to grow.

VV-Impact Tracker is the number one impact tracking and reporting software on the market. This cutting-edge software helps researchers and research institutions to systematically track, store and analyse aggregated impact data and to develop impact case studies. Users can easily report and demonstrate their impact. The secure, cloud-based platform helps institutions not only store impact data, but also create organisational memory, facilitate cultural change and learning and manage the development of RAE impact case studies. Currently, it is being used across 23 UK, 2 Australia and now 1 Hong Kong universities with 4,000+ academic users.

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