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What is The Exchange?
A two year pilot project bringing together artists, creative
SMEs and researchers
The Exchange will work towards establishing a national
network
Seed funding of £5k for 30 collaborative research projects
distributed in 3 tranches
www.wearetheexchange.org
Wifi name: Wireless
@InfoTCCE
Why engage with The Exchange?
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Access funding
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Overcome barriers to collaboration
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Develop expertise in collaboration
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Enhance research training and teaching
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Attend networking events and workshops
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Access resources and guidance
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Participate in a national network
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Learn how to secure additional resources
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Demonstrate the artistic value of R&D
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Commercial and creative exposure nationally
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Influence the creative industries policy debate
www.wearetheexchange.org
Wifi name: Wireless
@InfoTCCE
What “things” will The Exchange offer
Apart from funding!
Series of networking and development events
Online resources e.g. “How To Guides” written by industry experts, webinars,
blog etc.
A bespoke database to find research partners and collaborators
Showcasing opportunities at festivals, conferences and public engagement
events
www.wearetheexchange.org
Wifi name: Wireless
@InfoTCCE
Reflecting on Values
www.wearetheexchange.org
Wifi name: Wireless
@InfoTCCE
Meaningful
Worthwhile
Valuable
www.wearetheexchange.org
Wifi name: Wireless
@InfoTCCE
What did we do?
How did we collaborate?
What was the legacy of the
project?
www.wearetheexchange.org
Wifi name: Wireless
@InfoTCCE
What would I like to do?
How would I like to
collaborate?
What would the legacy be?
www.wearetheexchange.org
Wifi name: Wireless
@InfoTCCE
The Exchange Collaborative Funding
Awards
30 Seed fund awards of £5k distributed in 3 tranches of 10
Applications to be submitted by the “creative” partner, and money will go to
them, HOWEVER applications to be written jointly, and budget to be agreed by
both partners.
Full Economic Costing (FEC) is not to be applied to the awards
List of FAQs available on the website
www.wearetheexchange.org
Wifi name: Wireless
@InfoTCCE
Award Process
Stage 1: Attendance at an Exchange Networking and Information Event (strongly recommended)
Stage 2: Develop new creative - researcher relationships and projects via the Networking event or externally.
Stage 3: Attendance of both partners to an Exchange application workshop (not compulsory, however it is
recommended)
Stage 4: Work up a collaborative application.
Stage 5: Submit application to deadline.
Stage 6: Informed of award results (within 6 weeks of submission).
Stage 7: Signing of funding agreement. ⅔ funding released.
Stage 8: Commencing project activities.
Stage 9: Participate in The Exchange evaluation process
Stage 10: Project completion (3 months from project start).
Stage 11: Research and evaluation submitted to The Exchange.
Stage 12: Final ⅓ funding released of receipt of final report.
www.wearetheexchange.org
Wifi name: Wireless
@InfoTCCE
Evaluation
We will use both traditional and values-focused approaches
Traditional evaluation will capture measurable (‘hard’) outcomes, e.g.
Which outputs were produced?
How many workshops / activities were there? How many people
participated?
Values-focused evaluation will capture less tangible (‘soft’) outcomes – usually
qualitative, e.g.
How did people collaborate?
How did the project contribute to positive (social / economic etc.)
change?
What were the legacies of the project for the different partners?
www.wearetheexchange.org
Wifi name: Wireless
@InfoTCCE
www.wearetheexchange.org
Wifi name: Wireless
@InfoTCCE
Time Scale
Application Deadline 31st March 2016
Decision Panel 7th April 2016
www.wearetheexchange.org
Wifi name: Wireless
@InfoTCCE
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