Webinar: Collaboration in VV-Impact Tracker

Mar 25, 2020 | Blog, webinar

On Wednesday 8 April at noon (UK time), Vertigo Ventures will run a webinar for our VV-Impact Tracker and VV-Impact Reviewer clients based in the UK. It will be on “Collaboration in VV-Impact Tracker”. This webinar will be a practical session around how VV-IT can be used to aid collaboration across the different stages of the impact process.

VV-Impact Tracker is a cutting-edge software tool with many easy to use functions that help researchers and research institutions to systematically plan, track, store and report on impact data. This webinar will cover the different ways VV-Impact Tracker can be used to aid collaboration, both on a project and institutional level. We will cover how to collaboratively work on a project, how to (remotely) run a review process with different reviewers as well as other collaborative processes. The webinar will show you the relevant features for collaboration and provide some practical demonstrations.

You can register for the webinar on Zoom via this link up to 24 hours before the webinar start time. This webinar is intended only for VV-Impact Tracker and VV-Impact Reviewer users. If you are from one of our member universities and are a current user of our software, please register your interest for the webinar using your official organisational email.


The webinar will last for approximately 45 minutes and will cover the following:

– VV-IT basic features around collaboration (e.g. user types)
– How VV-IT can be used for collaborative work on a project level
– How VV-IT can be used for collaborative work on an organisation level
– Demo of features in VV-IT & VV-IR
– Q&A


1. To understand the key features of VV-IT behind working with multiple users on a project
2. To feel comfortable using VV-Impact Tracker to collaborate with other users on tracking, reporting or reviewing a project’s or institutional impact

Speaker background

Kristy Evers is our Training Manager. She is the key contact for all training and support related queries at Vertigo Ventures and often spends her time travelling across the country delivering training on VV-IT and impact in general. Kristy has a background in education research and educational technology.

Dr. Lucy Davies is our Product Manager. She is in charge of the continuing and future development of VV Impact Tracker, so she is the person to answer any questions around the product. Lucy has extensive experience in research impact and is passionate about encouraging and helping researchers to make their work matter in the world outside academia.