Research Communications and Uptake Survey: Unpacking the Results

Conducting the Research Communications and Uptake Survey provided a fascinating insight into the current ‘state of play’ between what people think they know about research communications and uptake, and what they would like to know more of. This survey was conducted during the first two weeks of September 2011 and returned over 100 responses. It would be wonderful if these results were the impetus behind a wider discussion, and that this discussion helped frame further questions and exploration in this area. Please comment and respond to the questions posed as a consequence of this analysis (summarised at the end of the report).

 

The full blog can be viewed on R2A here: Research Communications and Uptake Survey: Unpacking the Results

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