This session will provide attendees with the opportunity to discuss the main challenges during the first iteration of the Knowledge Exchange .. Read more Framework. The Knowledge Exchange Framework was first coined in 2017 by the then Universities Minister to encourage the growth of Research & Development in the UK and incentivise universities to expand their knowledge exchange activities. Its aim is to provide Higher Education Institutions with the context and guidance to improve their knowledge exchange performance, provide collaborators with more significant information on HEI’s individual strengths, and allow for increased transparency in the Higher Education sector. The first iteration of the KEF finished in October 2020 with the results due to be published in December. The results will provide the sector with valuable insights on each aspect of the framework and will provide an opportunity for universities to benchmark their performance against others. Join us at the Knowledge Exchange Framework Conference to hear the latest updates from the first iteration of the KEF, along with a wide range of relevant best practise case studies from experts in the sector. You also will have the opportunity to discuss vital learning points from the recent implementation of the KEF and more with senior colleagues from across the Higher Education sector.
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