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Partnership working in the arts and humanities

Knowledge Exchange and partnership working are central themes for the AHRC as it aims to ensure that the work it funds feeds into the UK’s creative, educational, cultural and other sectors.

To support its research community to work in partnership, the AHRC has now produced a ‘Guide to Good Practice’ which brings together a range of ideas and experiences into one easy to use booklet.

The new guide to partnership working is aimed at both researchers and their potential partners in the private, public and cultural sectors. It includes advice from experts in a number of sectors, case studies, as well as guidance from university Knowledge Exchange managers, research managers, AHRC staff and others with an interest in developing partnerships.

AHRC Head of Knowledge Exchange, Susan Amor, says: ‘The guide draws on the experiences and the perspectives of a range of individuals both from within the AHRC and across our stakeholder communities. It's intended as a practical self-help and dip-in-and-out resource that provides real life hints and tips from those who have been there and come out the other side!’

The guide is available in an interactive PDF format which is available here (PDF, 1.1MB)

Alternatively, if you would like to receive a hard copy of the guide please email: communications@ahrc.ukri.org

You can hear a podcast about the Guide to Good Practice here. View transcript of this podcast (PDF, 171KB).

Publish date Runtime
04/10/2013 9.30