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Extensive assessment. Parity between Exploration Quality and Significance (The Dutch Models) Jack Spaapen Coimbra Bunch – HSIS Dublin 19 September 2008. Polynesian Visual Craftsmanship. Research sway System AHRC. connections in the middle of exploration and society non-direct approach
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Exhaustive assessment Balance between Research Quality and Relevance (The Dutch Models) Jack Spaapen Coimbra Group – HSIS Dublin 19 September 2008

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Polynesian Visual Art

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Research sway Framework AHRC connections in the middle of exploration and society non-straight approach measurements alone insufficient measurements, and effect appraisal, and quality appraisal [<- > learning trade ]

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Problems assessing Humanities/Social sciences/MIT Bibliometrics not sufficient regarding the matter of assessing examination quality  awful scores in assessment techniques Current markers for societal pertinence (licenses, contracts) not all that helpful for humanities, and different fields Lack of pointers for essential correspondences to more extensive gatherings of people, yet new measurements for socio-social studies (NL) General course is by all accounts : customary measurements just, (Australia, RQF  ERA, RAE in the UK, but… Netherlands, different nations, are searching for more far reaching strategies

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Evaluating exploration quality under weight Peer survey : issue with new improvements, MIT research, financial significance, ref weariness Bibliometrics : primary center in ISI diaries Lack of pointers for critical interchanges to more extensive crowds General bearing still is by all accounts : conventional measurements just, (Australia, RQF  ERA, RAE in the UK, but… Netherlands, different nations, are searching for more complete routines

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battle for thorough assessment frameworks Dimension 1 : measurements commanded by examination practices of common and biomedical sciences; deficient for some fields Dimension 2 : developing need to be pertinent for economy and society Dimension 3 : adjusting logical quality and societal importance in assessment Dimension 4 : arrangement creators need straightforward measurements for reallocation purposes

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Many arrangements are tried…. UK Research Councils, AHRC, ESRC, additionally banter about RAE Australia (RQF) France, INRA Norway, research boards Denmark, radar graph…. Canada : HSSFC concentrate on effects and execution) HERA

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Development of new assessment frameworks growing strain between arrangement creators/government and examination group about how to represent research (criteria, markers, measurements, additionally an excess of assessments, outcomes) growing pressure between purported investigative quality and societal importance

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2 faces off regarding Current National Evaluation System SEP 2003 – 2009 ERiC, Evaluating Research in Context

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SEP (2003 - 2009) Self assessment report by exploration unit survey of past execution and forward looks (SWOT) Focus in site visit report on 4 criteria : quality (yield, position globally) pertinence (to strategy, industry and society) research administration responsibility Evaluation both review and planned the accent is on the recent External site visits at regular intervals at regular intervals mid term assessment

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Humanities, sociologies, numerous others, are basic Criteria and markers not outfitted to humanities, sociologies, specialized trains No instruments to assess social significance 2005 Academy chambers (Humanities and Social Sciences) issued a report : Judging examination on its benefits 2006 Advisory Council for S&T approach : Alfa stralen 2007 Meta Evaluation Committee : Trust yet check

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ER i C - venture  significance Joint exertion of the Academy, Research Council, college affiliation, and others Support foundations with the assessment of societ al quality/effect of examination Develop criteria and pointers, a technique, for appraisal Suggest how to incorporate these strategies in new SEP (2009 – 2015)

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4 normal steps recognized Mission of exploration gathering or establishment is beginning stage of assessment Identify profitable collaborations with social connection : industry, strategy, society everywhere Data gathering : concentrate on examination group’s execution in the different social areas, including partner examination : thorough profile of examination gathering Feed back and forward look

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ERiC assessment standards Comprehensive assessment, concentrate on both logical quality and significance Contextual : distinguish mission, include partners in pointer/benchmarking Combine quantitative and subjective information Forward looking, spotlight on enhancing, learning, drilling in stead of judging

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illustration REPP – table chart

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case of assessment of societal quality – radar diagram [concise format]

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case of assessment of societal quality – radar diagram

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