Impact references

AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council) (no date, a) ‘Impact Summary and Pathways to Impact: Frequently Asked Questions’. Available at http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/documents/faq/impact-summary-and-pathways-to-impact-frequently-asked-questions-ahrc/ (accessed 1 June 2017)

AHRC (no date, b) ‘Impact’. Available at http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/research/impact/ (accessed 1 June 2017)

Chandler, C. (2014) ‘What is the meaning of impact in relation to research and why does it matter? A view from inside academia’, in Achieving Impact in Research, Pam Denicolo, ed. London: Sage, 2014, pp.1-9

HM Treasury (2004) ‘Science & Innovation Investment Framework 2004 – 2014’ Available at http://news.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/bsp/hi/pdfs/science_innovation_120704.pdf (accessed 1 June 2017)

Horne, A. (2017a) ‘Mobile devices meet author, text, and reader’, British Library Digital Scholarship Blog, 28 March 2017. Available at http://blogs.bl.uk/digital-scholarship/2017/03/mobile-devices-meet-author-text-and-reader.html (accessed 3 June 2017)

Horne, A. (2017b) ‘The World is Your Playground: Interactive Fiction, Place, and the Internet of Things’, Interscript (UCL Journal of Publishing) 1: 50-52. Available at https://www.interscriptjournal.com/online-magazine/the-world-is-your-playground (accessed 3 June 2017)

Horne, A. (2017c) ‘Talking Mobile Fictions, Digital Storytelling and Hairy Maclary with Alastair Horne’, Big Boots and Adventures, 17 April 2017. Available at https://bigbootsandadventures.wordpress.com/2017/04/17/talking-mobile-fictions-digital-storytelling-and-hairy-maclary-with-alastair-horne/ (accessed 3 June 2017)

King’s College London and Digital Science (2015a). The nature, scale and beneficiaries of research impact: An initial analysis of Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014 impact case studies (Research Report 2015/01). Bristol, United Kingdom: HEFCE. Available at www.kcl.ac.uk/sspp/policy-institute/publications/Analysis-of-REF-impact.pdf (accessed 31 May 2017)

King’s College London and Digital Science (2015b). ‘REF2014 Impact Case Studies’. Available at http://impact.ref.ac.uk/CaseStudies/ (accessed 3 June 2017)

Morgan Jones, M. and Grant, J. (2013). ‘Making the Grade. Methodologies for Assessing and Evidencing Research Impact. 7 Essays on Impact’. In DESCRIBE Project Report for Jisc. Dean et al., eds., Exeter: University of Exeter, pp.25-43.

Payne-Gifford, S. (2014) ‘What is the meaning of the impact agenda – is it a repackaged or a new identity? Views from inside the research councils’, in Achieving Impact in Research, Pam Denicolo, ed. London: Sage, 2014, pp. 10-19

REF2014 (no date, a) ‘Research Excellence Framework’. Available at http://www.ref.ac.uk/ (accessed 1 June 2017)

REF2014 (no date, b) ‘REF2014 Impact Case Studies’. Available at http://impact.ref.ac.uk/CaseStudies/FAQ.aspx (accessed 1 June 2017)

RCUK (Research Councils UK) (no date) ‘Pathways to Impact’. Available at http://www.rcuk.ac.uk/innovation/impacts/ (accessed 1 June 2017)

RCUK (2015) ‘RCUK Review of Pathways to Impact: Summary’. Available at http://www.rcuk.ac.uk/documents/documents/ptoiexecsummary-pdf/ (accessed 1 June 2017)

Warry, P. (2006) Increasing the economic impact of Research Councils: Advice to the Director General of Science and Innovation, DTI from the Research Council Economic Impact Group. Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform. Available at http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20090609003228/http:/www.berr.gov.uk/files/file32802.pdf (accessed 1 June 2017)