Esmeralda Bon is one of our UK Data Service Data Impact Fellows. In the third of a series of blog posts, she outlines some specific considerations around impact for early career researchers.
Monday 16th April saw a gathering of the Data Impact Fellows in Manchester. We found out about the different research Fellows were doing, as well as sharing ideas on collaboration, measuring impact and developing their voice as Early Career Researchers.
A round-up of some recent appearances in the news and across the web of data held in the UK Data Service collection… Inequalities in Scotland This week the Scottish Government published a report using data held in the Scottish Crime and Justice Survey, the Scottish Health Survey and the Scottish Household Survey. Commonspace website combed through […]
Aishah Selamat, one of our Data Impact Fellows, explores the myths and benefits of using Open Data for businesses.
William Shankley, UK Data Service Data Impact Fellow recently completed his Sociology PhD at The University of Manchester. Across three blogs, he reviews how his PhD (which, in part, used 2011 Census data) went. In his third blog post, he examines what the future of this area of research could be.
A round-up of some recent appearances in the news and across the web of data held in the UK Data Service collection… Bringing the cinema back to life Wales Online reports on the heart-warming story of the people of the Welsh town of Resolven pulling together to bring a disused cinema back into use as a […]
Esmeralda Bon, @EsmeraldaVBon is one of our UK Data Service Data Impact Fellows. In the second of three blog posts examining measuring impact, she shares her thoughts on non-academic impact.