The Hidden REF offers all members of the research community the chance to celebrate their unconventional contributions to knowledge. The REF comes in for a lot of criticism: it’s big, it’s expensive and it soaks up time that many argue would be better spent on conducting research. There’s truth to these criticisms of course, butContinue reading “The Hidden REF celebrates the whole research ecosystem”
We want to encourage debate about how research is evaluated, about the people who contribute to research, and the outputs they produce. We do not want to add significant extra work to people’s workloads. This is why, in response to the latest UK lockdown, our committee has decided to extend the Hidden REF submission deadlineContinue reading “Hidden REF extends deadline in response to lockdown”
Academic culture and practices around research evaluation have taken a hit in recent years, with stakeholders across the ecosystem pushing for change. Now a new call has gone out through the launch of an ambitious initiative that recognises the unsung heroes of research. In this post, we discover more about the hidden REF and howContinue reading “A new dawn for research evaluation?”
Simon Hettrick, the Chair of the Hidden REF, together with Tony Roche, Emerald’s Publishing & Strategic Relationships Director, dives into the reasoning behind the competition and the need for a radical shift in research culture. Read the article at Emerald Publishing.
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