Open Research Week 2023

Open Research Week 2023: Reward, recognition and assessment

10:00am - 11:00am / Thursday 2nd March 2023
Type: Webinar / Category: Research
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Research Assessment Reform and Open Science:

Dr Alex Rushforth – Leiden University  

An update on Project TARA from Dr Alex Rushforth. Project TARA (Tools to Advance Research Assessment) is a collaboration between San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment, Illinois Institute of Technology and CWTS, Leiden University, funded by Arcadia

Dr Alex Rushforth is an assistant professor at the Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS), Leiden University, the Netherlands. He works in the social studies of science, specializing in research evaluation, uses of indicators and research assessment reforms 

Recognition and rewards for early career researchers: reshaping the evaluation of our work:

Dr Annemijn Algra – University Medical Centre Utrecht

Dr Annemijn Algra, whilst a PhD candidate herself, worked with colleagues from the think tank Young Science in Transition to develop a new evaluation form and competency tool for PhD candidates, with more focus on personal accomplishments and growth in research-related competencies. 

Annemijn Algra is a clinical scientist and neurologist at the University Medical Centre Utrecht. 

Open Research Week is a series of events organised by Edge Hill University, the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University, which aims to discuss new, developing and current practice in all things Open Research.

All events are free and you can register for each event individually. Each event will be recorded, so if you are unable to attend, please sign up and these recordings will be sent out in due course.