SHAPE-ID partners have produced a range of downloadable guides that aim to capture some of our collective experience in undertaking inter- and transdisciplinary research. These include a series of five tailored reflective tools designed to help individuals and groups consider the most important issues when developing, designing, evaluating, funding or collaborating on an IDR/TDR project. These can be downloaded as PDF documents, and in some cases used in combination with our Top Ten Tips.

Resources
Reflective tools
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Reflective questions to consider if you are thinking of engaging in collaborative research

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Reflective questions to consider at the beginning of a new ID/TD research project

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Reflective questions for those reviewing inter- and transdisciplinary research

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Reflective questions for institutions funding collaborative research, informed by project findings on good practice in supporting AHSS participation

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Reflective questions for Higher Education Institutions developing policies to support collaborative researchers

Topic guides
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SHAPE-ID partners have produced a guide to the kinds of contributions Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences can make to inter- and transdisciplinary research addressing societal challenges.

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SHAPE-ID partners Maureen Burgess and Dr Doireann Wallace have produced this quick guide for pre-award research managers and administrators to aid in supporting inter- and transdisciplinary research development and proposals.

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SHAPE-ID partner Dr Christian Pohl has produced this guide reflecting on the need for new methods of evaluating inter- and transdisciplinary research, with a list of further resources.

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SHAPE-ID partners Prof Catherine Lyall, Dr Isabel Fletcher and Dr Christian Pohl have written this guide to supporting the development of inter- and transdisciplinary research with the Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences through effective evaluation.

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SHAPE-ID partner Dr Maciej Maryl has produced an introduction to research infrastructures for the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

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SHAPE-ID partner Dr Maciej Maryl introduces OPERAS: Open Scholarly Communication in the European Research Area for Social Sciences and Humanities.

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SHAPE-ID partner Dr Maciej Maryl has produced this guide to Open Science for the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

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SHAPE-ID partner Dr Giorgia Galvini has produced this guide to participatory foresight tools for inter- and transdisciplinary Research.

Guided reading lists
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SHAPE-ID partner Dr Bianca Vienni Baptista has produced an annotated bibliography of the key readings in the academic literature on inter- and transdisciplinary research 

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SHAPE-ID partner Dr Isabel Fletcher has produced an annotated bibliography of key recent documents in the European policy literature on inter- and transdisciplinary research