There are many stakeholders in the world of research evaluation by numbers, and the Metric Tide Report did a great job of teasing out who should be doing what. At the ARMA Conference this year, the Metrics Special Interest Group (SIG) brought together a fantastic panel of those stakeholders to get an understanding of how they have responded to the Metric Tide report: what is happening in the world of responsible metrics, and what needs to happen next?
Like most institutions, the release of the Metric Tide report in July 2015 came at a busy time for us. We were in the midst of a REF open access campaign, continuing our work to embed our CRIS (Pure) into institutional processes, and thinking about how to increase our research data management provisions without breaking the bank.
The four UK higher education funding bodies are consulting on proposals for the next Research Excellence Framework. Thank you to all Lis-Bibliometrics members who have contributed their thoughts on this. Here is a draft response the Lis-Bibliometrics Committee intends to submit on behalf of the group. If you have any last minute comments please contact … Continue reading REF consultation: Lis-Bibliometrics response