Hatch & Curry. "Research Culture: Changing how we evaluate research is difficult, but not impossible". 2020

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English
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Abstract:
"The San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA) was published in 2013 and described how funding agencies, institutions, publishers, organizations that supply metrics, and individual researchers could better evaluate the outputs of scientific research. Since then DORA has evolved into an active initiative that gives practical advice to institutions on new ways to assess and evaluate research. This article outlines a framework for driving institutional change that was developed at a meeting convened by DORA and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. The framework has four broad goals: understanding the obstacles to changes in the way research is assessed; experimenting with different approaches; creating a shared vision when revising existing policies and practices; and communicating that vision on campus and beyond."

Keywords: 
Strategies
evaluation
Type of Resource: 
Article, paper, chapter
Date Created: 
2020
Gender and Science taxonomy: 
Assessment of excellence
Gender stereotypes & bias
Uncovering & confronting bias
Institutional practices and processes
Career development