Professor Hazel Hall delivers closing plenary speech at QQML2016


Today Professor Hazel Hall is at Senate House in London as an invited speaker at the 8th International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries. Entitled What happens next? Strategies for building and assessing the long-term impact of research projects her paper is the closing plenary presentation. It covers four main themes:

  1. Impact and research in general, and the relationship between public engagement and impact
  2. Impact as a concept in Library and Information Science (LIS) research and practice
  3. Strategies for building the long-term impact of LIS research projects, with close reference to the findings of the Research in Librarianship Impact Evaluation Studies (RiLIES) completed by the Centre for Social Informatics in 2011/12
  4. Means of assessing the long-term impact of research projects withe reference to DREaM Again – a case study completed in 2015 to trace the impact of an element of the Developing Research Excellence and Methods (DREaM) project, which was completed in summer 2012.

For further details please see the post on Hazel Hall's blog.

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