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A Collaborative Journey at Wallacespace, St Pancras: April 27th 2009

Rowena Goldman Rowena Goldman | 16:42 UK time, Wednesday, 22 April 2009

On Monday 27th April the AHRC/BBC Knowledge Exchange Programme will, hopefully, bask in its finest hour as we showcase the collaborative research projects co-funded by both our organisations to an audience of academics, BBC staff, research councils, innovation agencies, government quangos and maybe the odd journalist.

Two years after the pilot funding call was announced we have a heap of insightful findings and recommendations to impart on a range of BBC activities and output around community, learning journeys, accessibility, fan behaviour, user generated content and virtual worlds. And as we explore ways in which knowledge transfer like this can impact on the BBC, there'll also be a panel discussion chaired by digital media guru Bill Thompson where we'll be trying to surface ways in which we can we can build on the existing partnership model we already have in place with the AHRC.

The event will be held at Wallace Space in St Pancras, London and will start at 11am. There are still a few (free) tickets left so please contact Louise Elliot at the AHRC on L.Elliott@ahrc.ac.uk to reserve a place. A full agenda for the event can be found here: agenda.pdf

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  • 1. At 02:42am on 13 Nov 2009, Gary Brodley wrote:

    Most of the sessions that were held though were pretty great; I’m just disappointed that there were so many more interesting people there who could have contributed their own interesting angle.

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