Practical Seminar Research Evaluation & Assessing Research Quality
Indicators • Impact • Integrity
|English||09.05.2019 - 10.05.2019||This event will take place in a 4-Star hotel in Berlin.||1.278,- € * until 01.02.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded|
|Date:||09.05.2019 - 10.05.2019|
|Location:||This event will take place in a 4-Star hotel in Berlin.|
|Price:||1.278,- € * until 01.02.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded|
Assessing the quality of research comprises many aspects that need to be taken into consideration. Quite a large number of research outcomes can be measured numerically. However, this also leaves room for debate: Are number of publications, citations or doctoral students sufficient indicators for research assessment? Which other criteria are useful to measure research?
The most difficult question remains how to demonstrate the actual impact of research on society. From an institutional point of view it is therefore essential to establish a quality management system that can fulfil external demands. Furthermore, it is necessary to fully involve all stakeholders concerned.
As research results become increasingly important for international rankings and external funding, it is crucial to figure out how to assess research. How can research results be compared across different subject areas? Where to find the right counterparts to benchmark the institution’s research performance? Which tools are available to assess research quality? How can KPI’s support my organisation in measuring research results? Furthermore, aspects such as research integrity and ethics in research complement the wide spectrum of quality in research and represent further challenges in the daily work of staff responsible.
Take the chance to deepen your expertise on instruments and methods to evaluate research at our practical seminar. Exchange and network with peers and our experts and benefit from lessons learned and shared experiences.
Directors, Heads of Departments and Units, Managers, Officers and other members of staff responsible for
- Research evaluation
- Research and transfer support
- Research governance
- Monitoring of research results
- Research and scientific coordination
- Research integrity
- Quality management in research
- Research and development
- Innovation and valorisation
From the following departments:
- Vice Rector for Research, Quality, Development, Strategy
- Quality Unit/Office/Department
- Planning and Controlling
- Evaluation and Monitoring
- Internal Audit
- Dean’s Offices on Faculty/College/School Level
- University Library
- Higher Education Institutes (HEIs)
- Research Institutes
- University Hospitals
- How to effectively operate a research evaluation routine in your institution
- How to address issues of research misconduct in your organization – Which steps are crucial to enhance research integrity?
- What needs to be considered when dealing with peer review in research evaluation? What are the benefits of this method?
- How to implement a strong quality assurance system as the basis for effective accreditations and evaluations
- How can responsibilities and priorities best be communicated to stakeholders involved?
- Which indicators are most useful to report on research?
- What are specific challenges for measuring research results and outputs?
- In which way can research evaluation be integrated into a wider reporting system?
- How can available data and statistics be used best to monitor results?
- What needs to be considered in regards to data management and open access?
- In which way can benchmarking be used to compare research and to assess research quality?
- How to assess research impact on society and how can those results be made visible?
- In which way can available data be used to plan for future investments?
- What are the key quantitative and qualitative methodologies in research evaluation and impact assessment?
- Improve your research evaluation skills and ensure top performance of your institution
- Support your institution’s development and competitiveness
- Learn how to best cope with new data management challenges
- Find out how to assess and monitor research outputs most effectively and how to best make use of them
- Exchange and network with colleagues from all over Europe
- Receive best practice insights from experienced speakers