Resource authors: Keri Facer & Bryony EnrightProject: Researching in Public: Learning and Legacy in the Connected Communities Programme
This research provides important lessons about how to fund, conduct and sustain high quality research collaborations between academics and civil society in the arts, humanities and social sciences. These lessons have important implications for the research community – in particular those involved in funding, policy making and universities.
The report is also available in a summary.
The launch workshop for the report also resulted in a Zine, containing responses from participants on one thing they would take away from the workshop that could influence their work and that of their colleagues or institutions.