A practical discussion with knowledge sharing, examining how the REF cycles have affected academic publishing and the knock on effect for academics at all levels of their careers. The workshop takes the writing of research as a focus for the discussion, but also examines practical aspects of developing a writing strategy in response to the issues that arise. The aim is to equip delegates with knowledge to help make them become more effective researchers in the current marketplace, and to empower them to create positive change in their departments.
Who should attend?
Research Active Staff (Research, Academic or Teaching terms & conditions) working in expectation of a REF2020 submission.
We do not accept applications from postgraduates or research students. Students should refer to the Student Career and Skills website for details of workshops designed specifically to meet their needs.
- To explore collaboratively what publishing patterns have emerged from the REF cycles in journal and book publishing
- To explore strategies for increasing your publication profile and REF scores through targeting journals and focusing writing time
- To discuss how Open Access protocols are changing the academic landscape
- To discuss the effect of REF on Early Career Researchers
- To equip participants with ideas for creating positive responses to REF demands in their departments
Quote from Workshop attendee on 7 February 2017
"Insightful and informative introduction to some of the cut and thrust of REF"
Huayi Huang, Research Fellow, WMS
Presentations from the recent workshop on 7 February 2017
Open Access - Lucy Oates
WRAP and REF Open Access
REF Cycles, Open Access and the Competitive Academic Marketplace - George Ttoouli
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