The University of Buckingham, in partnership with The Royal Agricultural University, The Universities of Birmingham and The University of Derby have, for over two years, been working together to develop a research project which aims to explore the development of ‘impact’ assessment tools for enterprising and entrepreneurial curricula.
This research project seeks to explore the potential to create online tools to assess the effects, impacts and/or changes which enterprising and entrepreneurial curricula facilitate.
As part of the research we want to engage enterprise educators in critical conversations to understand their situations. The results of which will form part of a report into Impact Measures that will be disseminated via EEUK. Whether you are a lecturer, researcher, operational member of staff or business support professional we would love to hear your views.
To capture this data, we are proposing to launch a Delphi Study which will be run in the summer for approximately one month.
Participation in the study will involve answering questions in 2-3 rounds, each round will comprise a maximum of 12 questions. Following a Delphi methodology means that, after the initial questions, subsequent rounds will include data from all of the participants which you will be asked to reflect on to generate new insights. Participation is voluntary and any individuals input should only total a few hours across the whole study.
We hope that the opportunity to shape a project which could have long-term impacts for the Enterprise Education community will be of interest to you and we would like to invite anyone who would like more information about the project or, is interested in participating in the research to enrol via this link.
You can also contact Matt Rogers-Draycott (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.