Resources for co-produced and interdisciplinary research
We will be adding further toolkits and resources to this site over time. Check back to see what's new.
At Brigstow Institute we have been developing a series of toolkits to help support researchers in navigating coproduced or interdisciplinary research journey. We are looking to develop these toolkits further. If you have any feedback we would love to hear about your experiences using the toolkits.
Exploring Interests, Developing Questions Toolkit
It takes time to find shared interests and refine research questions, so the Exploring Interests, Developing Questions Toolkit has been designed to facilitate an iterative process of designing and exploring together.
Engaged Beings Toolkit
A toolkit to explore and communicate what keeps you engaged in your work, this involves personal motivations, types of outputs that excite you and what practical needs and ways of working help you to engage fully.
Working Together Dodecahedron Toolkit
To help you to have initial conversations exploring your motivations and expectations as well as how you want to work as an interdisciplinary and coproduced research team going forward.
Resources for Schools and Education
Resources created by Brigstow Funded projects that can be used by young learners. You can find more resources within our project pages.
Connecting with Black Lives in the Archives
A downloadable booklet to help young learners discover what Black life may have been like in sixteenth and seventeenth century Bristol.
Some additional resources that maybe useful within your research journey.