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Exploring DORA: responsible metrics, research evaluation and you - Shared screen with speaker view
Lisa McLaren
01:12:15
A question for Lizzie - have you seen any progress in responsible metrics since the Wellcome asked for greater commitment to DORA?
Hayley Cordingley
01:14:25
Hi Lizzie - I love what you say about measure what's important, not necessarily what's easy... Any ideas about the sort of things we can "measure" in the Soc Sci and A&H fields - rigorously and routinely to see prpogress?
Zoltan Dienes
01:14:55
Great talk, Lizzie. Suzanne, how does our commitment to responsible metrics affect promotion criteria like pulling in grant money, which has historically been a big focus?
Hayley Cordingley
01:20:38
Lizzie - thanks so much for your thoughts - appreciated,
Bethany Logan
01:24:22
Q- Robin talked about how difficult this area can be to navigate for ECRs- have you found SCOPE framework has given them the confidence to step away from traditional metrics?
Lisa McLaren
01:26:21
Not to pre-empt our final seminar, but Lizzie, do you think the use of SCOPE in the next REF will make a positive difference to how we approach it?
Hayley Cordingley
01:28:19
You talked about how the NL are moving towards ways of assessing their researchers with less dependency on metrics - but there's concern about it making life difficult for (international movement). Do you have a feeling about how quickly different areas of the world are "getting on board" with this? I wondering about countries our researchers might be attracted to move to - perhaps more the Northern/Western world (as more $$$ for research generally available?)
Zoltan Dienes
01:28:29
Thanks Liz very interesting
Hayley Cordingley
01:29:56
Is it the ECRs - or their supervisors/managers sncouraging them!!!
Tjeerd Olde Scheper
01:35:00
As a Dutch researcher, there is a major difference based on the lack of inter-institutional competition. Each research university is not in direct competition with the others, unlike the British government’s approach to funding it seems…
Kristiane Kronsbein
01:37:18
Thank you :)
Ellie
01:37:21
that's been really useful thanks!
Susan Angulatta
01:37:24
Thank you Lizzie
Alejandra Recio
01:37:25
Thank you very much!
Amy Waldron
01:37:31
Thanks everyone
Lisa McLaren
01:37:33
Thank you Lizzie, so much food for thought.
Hayley Cordingley
01:37:41
Thanks Lizzie and Library team :)
Imogen Ward-Smith
01:37:41
this was super interesting, thanks so much!
Jane Harvell
01:37:42
Thanks Lizzie, really clear
Bethany Logan
01:37:43
Thank you
Henry Neale
01:37:50
Many thanks Lizzie
Seham Arishi
01:37:50
Thank you
Mandy Thomas
01:37:51
Thank you. Really interesting.
Charlotte Pinder
01:37:57
Thank you!
Ailsa Poll
01:38:10
Thanks!
Brigitte Joerg
01:38:13
Many thanks, really helpful!