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Reflections on an EDI Survey of UK-Government-Funded Research Networks in the UK

Chandler-Wilde, S., Kanza, S., Fisher, O., Fearnshaw, D. and Jones, E. (2022) Reflections on an EDI Survey of UK-Government-Funded Research Networks in the UK. In: Inter-noise 2022, 21-24 August 2022, Glasgow. (In Press)

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Abstract/Summary

We discuss the results of a Community EDI Survey run in 2021 by the Network of Networks, a union of largely physical sciences and engineering UK-based research networks. We discuss implications of the results for how we organise and support attendance at events across our networks and on feedback as to what does and doesn’t work for events blending in-person and online attendance. To put this work in context we survey relevant literature on the value or otherwise of blended and online events for supporting the diverse membership of a network. The survey results also provide interesting feedback on the diversity of our networks and how inclusive our networks are perceived to be as a function of the identity of the respondents.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Refereed:No
Divisions:Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Mathematics and Statistics
ID Code:105534

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