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What made a 4* case study in REF2014? Discussion between Mark Reed and Bella Reichard

What made a 4* case study in REF2014? Discussion between Mark Reed and Bella Reichard

Time: 1:27:48
Bella Reichard and Mark Reed discuss how their new paper analysing high- versus low-scoring impact case studies from REF2014 can be used to write more effective case studies, drawing from their experience advising Universities across the UK on their REF submissions.
Episode ID: 1000466542648
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Release Date: 24/02/2020, 15:21:37


The podcast for researchers who want to be more productive and achieve real-world impacts from their research. Every week, Mark Reed gives you practical tips and discusses how you can enhance the impact of your research, based on the latest research.

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