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This article by Richard Holliman (Open University) goes through key questions to consider and plan engaging research communications through the research lifecycle.

Richard Holliman (professor of engaged research at the Open University) summarises the key questions for researchers (and those supporting them) to consider during every stage of the research life cycle to ensure research is open and accessible.

This goes beyond simply at the end of the project, and includes at conception and beyond through to project review.

The article is hosted on the Times Higher Education website, which you can access either through University credentials or registering.

Read the article