What makes a successful public engagement activity linking the humanities and sciences?
Thank you for visiting our survey.

We, Dr Chris Jeffs (University of Oxford, Department of Zoology) and Franziska Kohlt (University of Oxford, Brasenose College), are conducting research into the practicalities of delivering cross-disciplinary public engagement events and activities linking the humanities-sciences.

Your contribution will help us produce resources that encourage aspiring organisers and contributors to deliver successful public engagement activities with a positive impact.

We aim to investigate, among other questions:
- What factors make for a successful / unsuccessful cross-curricular collaboration?
- How can the ‘impact’ of such activities be measured?
- What can humanities scholars, scientists, engagement professionals, venue hosts and funders ‘get out of each other’?

We encourage you to submit examples of your involvement in cross-curricular public engagement activities (e.g. exhibitions / public lectures / workshops / videos / articles etc.). We welcome examples involving successful ‘impact’ and/or significant problems in delivery.

We thank you for your contributions.

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Name of the activity you were involved in
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Your role (e.g. venue host, organiser, contributor, other)
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Brief description of the activity. (Please provide: dates, location, target audience, links to resources if available)
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Estimated engagement (e.g. footfall / attendees / viewers / social media reach etc.). Please provide all 'impact' measures you assessed.
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What do you think is a good measure of 'impact' for similar activities?
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What essential contributions were provided by your cross-disciplinary collaborators? (e.g. time commitment, intellectual contribution, promotion, training, funding)
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What general problems did you face during this event? How did you or your collaborators overcome these problems?
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What were your professional and personal reasons for being involved in this event? (e.g. employer / institutional targets, REF targets, CV building, networking, personal enjoyment)
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Were there any long term impact achievements? (e.g. future approaches by the public / new collaborators afterwards, additional funding or new work based on the event)
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What advice would you give to those wishing to conduct a cross-disciplinary event?
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Do you have any additional comments you believe are valuable to this discussion or feedback on the design of this survey?
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