Grant winners

December 1, 2011


Digitisation and creation of Open Educational Resources (OER)

• Award winner: David Male

• Institution: The Open University

• Value: £101,078

Histology and histopathology: virtual microscopy online

• Award winner: Alison Dickens

• Institution: University of Southampton

• Value: £124,931

OpenLIVES (learning insights from the voices of emigres from Spain)

• Award winner: Ben Wynne

• Institution: University of Leicester

• Value: £102,740

Manufacturing pasts: industrial change in 20th-century Britain

• Award winner: Simon Peter Kelly

• Institution: The Open University

• Value: £114,912

UKVM (United Kingdom virtual microscope)

• Award winner: Helen Roberts

• Institution: University of Surrey

• Value: £122,391

Context, culture and creativity: Enriching e-learning in dance (CCC-EED)

• Award winner: Jane Harvell

• Institution: University of Sussex

• Value: £94,654

Observing the 1980s

• Award winner: Kerstin Mey

• Institution: University for the Creative Arts

• Value: £110,000

Zandra Rhodes digital study collection

• Award winner: Helen Chatterjee

• Institution: University College London

• Value: £123,231

OBL4HE (object-based learning for higher education)

• Award winner: Stuart Brand

• Institution: Birmingham City University

• Value: £125,000

Architect US (architecturally useful scholarly) resources


Innovation Research Initiative

• Award winner: Paul Nightingale

• Institution: University of Sussex

• Value: £1,016

Skills, knowledge, innovation, policy and practice

• Award winner: Philip Shapira

• Institution: University of Manchester

• Value: £260,541

Sustaining growth for innovative new enterprises


Health Services Research (NIHR HSR) programme

• Award winner: David Evans

• Institution: University of the West of England

• Value: £187,793

Public involvement in research: assessing impact through a realist evaluation

• Award winner: Carrol Gamble

• Institution: University of Liverpool

• Value: £243,308

An evidence base to optimise methods for involving patient and public representatives in clinical trials: a systematic investigation of a cohort of health technology assessment-funded clinical trials


• Award winner: Fergus Lyon

• Institution: Middlesex University

• Value: £224,7

The role of mutuals in public service innovation

The agenda to increase the involvement of mutual organisations and employee ownership in public service delivery has been of growing policy importance over the past five years, but increasingly so for the current government which has raised expectations of the potential of mutuals as organisational vehicles for innovation and improved productivity. This study aims to provide a rigorous evidence base concerning the role of spin-off mutual (ie, employee-owned) organisational forms in promoting innovation in public services in the UK. It will examine the types of innovations involved and their effectiveness.

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