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Knowledge exchange framework (KEF): decisions for the second iteration

Report setting out how we will implement KEF2, detailing our decisions on its design and highlighting any changes from the first iteration.

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KEF: decisions for the second iteration (PDF)

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Annex B: KEF2 cluster placement (Microsoft Excel spreadsheet)

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Annex C: KEF2 metrics data sources (Microsoft Excel spreadsheet)

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Details

The KEF is published annually to allow universities to better understand and improve their own performance in knowledge exchange, and provide businesses and other users with more information on the knowledge and expertise of universities.

The first iteration of the KEF was published in March 2021 and subsequently Research England reviewed the KEF seeking input from the sector and other users, and proposed technical changes to be made for the second iteration (KEF2).

This report sets out how we will implement KEF2. It details our decisions on its design and highlighting any changes from the first iteration, and includes how and when we expect to publish the results.

Detailed descriptions of the source data for each metric (for example, the HE-BCI table references) are also presented in the separate download.

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