Public engagement with research
Public engagement with research describes the many ways that members of the public can be involved in the design, conduct and dissemination of research. High-quality engagement is a two-way process with the goal of generating mutual benefit between the public and researchers and ultimately enhancing the quality or impact of research. Find out more about public engagement with research at the University of Oxford.
As a member of the University’s Gardens, Libraries and Museums (GLAM), the Bodleian Libraries are well placed to work with researchers, both from within Oxford and beyond, to engage audiences with their research and achieve impact through exhibitions, events and more. Previous public engagement initiatives have ranged from the exhibition Volcanoes to an Ethiopian and Eritrean Study day.
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