Measuring Impact In the Humanities: The experience of REF 2014
  • Room 417, Babbage Building

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Tim Lomas was an assessor for the 2014 Research Exercise Framework – part of the sub panel 30 which covered history. 

This session shares some the experiences from his work on the panel particularly with regard to 'impact'. Among the issues likely to be covered are the way the history panel operated, what particularly impressed assessors, the criteria for measuring impact, some of the challenges involved in the assessment, and some of the strengths and weaknesses of the history submissions

Contact bryony.edmondson@plymouth.ac.uk to book your place.

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