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copy-mc-logo11-e1368635444332.jpgMAKING CONNECTIONS: COLLABORATION IN RESEARCH AND PRACTICE

A national one-day conference that took place at King’s College London on 10 January 2014.

Making Connections asked  ‘What Happens When Cultural Institutions and Academics Collaborate?’ Facilitated by the AHRC’s Collaborative Doctoral Award (CDA) and Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP) Schemes, cross-institutional partnerships have become an increasingly popular way of conducting research across a range of disciplines. This conference aimed to critically explore the benefits, challenges and impact of collaborative research.

The organisers would like to thank all who took part in what was a lively and fascinating day.  We will be updating this site with photographs, videos and reports from the day in due course. We hope to continue the good work of discussing and promoting collaborations which began on the 10 January, so watch this space! Also do get in touch with us via the Contact Page if you would like to know more about Making Connections, or have ideas for how we might take the project further.

For details of the panels that took place see our Programme Page.

Making Connections was funded by the AHRC Collaborative Skills Development Scheme. It was organised by five CDA students based at IWM London.

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