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Subject:

Conference on AHRC funding opportunities

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Sian Roberts <[log in to unmask]>

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Sian Roberts <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 20 Mar 2009 12:51:28 +0000

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Dear all

We currently have 3 projects running here at Birmingham Archives which are 
funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Our partner in these 
projects, the University of Birmingham, is hosting the following conference in 
collaboration with the ARRH and others. The intention is to disseminate 
information about funding and collaborative opportunities to the archive sector 
and other practitioners. 

If wish to attend please contact Jacqui to book a place, spaces are limited.

Best wishes

Sian

Sian Roberts
Head of Collections Development
Birmingham Archives and Heritage


Sharing Knowledge, Shaping Practice
Knowledge Transfer in the Arts and Humanities

A one day symposium at the
School of Education, University of Birmingham 11am-4pm May 5th 2009 


The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), the University of 
Birmingham, Birmingham City University and Museums, Libraries and Archives 
(MLA) West would like to invite you to this jointly hosted day of discussions 
and workshops around the theme of Knowledge Transfer. 

The AHRC is committed to encouraging researchers to disseminate and 
transfer their knowledge to areas beyond academia where it can make a 
difference. Arts and humanities subject domains have a huge contribution to 
make to the economic, social and cultural life of the UK, so one of the key 
elements of AHRC’s  role is to ensure UK businesses and other non- academic 
organisations can benefit from the research it funds. One of the main ways 
the AHRC does this is through Knowledge Transfer, the process in which 
knowledge is co-produced through interactions between academic and non-
academic individuals and communities.

This symposium will offer delegates:

•	a choice of workshops to discuss successful AHRC-funded Knowledge 
Transfer projects, 
•	workshop sessions on funding opportunities building partnerships, 
managing projects and consideration of impact issues. 
•	an open plenary session providing opportunities to ask questions 
about issues arising throughout the day.  
•	opportunities to network and forge new contacts.

The event is free but places are limited to sixty delegates. Refreshments and 
a light lunch will be available.

If you wish to reserve a place and find out more about the day please contact 
Jacqui Wootton at [log in to unmask] or 0121 414 3589. 

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