Tag Archives: HEFCE

Good news on metrics

HEFCE have released their report on the use of metrics in research assessment. And, wonderful to relate, it is good news. You can find an excellent commentary on it, as well as a link to the report itself, on David … Continue reading

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Open access and the REF

After an exchange with one of the people employed by my university to “police” the institutional repository, I came upon an issue that I didn’t fully understand. If you are a UK academic hoping to submit papers to REF2020, you … Continue reading

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LMS impact consultation

I have just posted the following comment on the LMS consultation blog on impact and the REF. At risk of boring my readers who have heard all this already, I am posting it here as well. I will say briefly … Continue reading

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