The National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE) is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in the theory, practice and application of public engagement work. To support researchers and public engagement professionals they have also developed guides and courses on evaluating public engagement.
Some other useful resources include:
- What’s in it for me? (PDF, 1MB) – the benefits of public engagement for researchers
- Engaging Young People with Cutting Edge Research (PDF, 950KB) – helpful signposts and opportunities for researchers and teachers on how to start working together
- The Engaging Researcher from Vitae and NCCPE – ways to engage the public, practical tips for getting started and how public engagement can benefit researchers and the public
- Evaluation: Practical Guidelines (PDF, 1.4MB) – practical advice for anyone wanting to evaluate public engagement projects
- National STEM Centre’s eLibrary – contemporary materials, including print, multimedia and practical activities, and archive resources from recent decades.
Last updated: 27 October 2020