Research for All

Volume 5, Issue 2
21 September 2021
Research for All
UCL Press

Table of contents

Table of Contents: Research for All 5 (2)
Editorial: Engagement for change188
Knowledge exchange and the creative industries: A reflective commentary on current practice194
Future Places Toolkit: Engaging communities through augmented reality and performance205
Therapeutic creativity and the lived experience of grief in the collaborative fiction film Lost Property227
Developing arts-based methods for exploring virtual reality technologies: A university–industry case study246
Knowledge exchange in the arts and humanities as creative economy policy assemblage271
Small grants, big impact: The Institute of Classical Studies’ seed funding scheme for public engagement290
Public engagement with research: Citizens’ views on motivations, barriers and support302
SCENE: A novel model for engaging underserved and under-represented audiences in informal science learning activities320
STEM escape rooms for public engagement347
The dynamics of working at intersections: Reflections from exploring inequalities356
‘Bottoms up’: A case study on integrating public engagement within a university culture366
Hidden persuaders on film: Exploring young people’s lived experience through visual essays382
Evaluating the short-term and long-term impact of an interactive science show399
Meeting the challenges of public engagement, research impact and research participation as a baby and child lab420
Patient and public involvement and engagement: Practice case study with reflections and learnings from a small rural district general hospital438
The Olive Ridley Project (ORP): A successful example of how to engage researchers, conservation practitioners and civil society448