Times Higher Education – Get off your high horse

Get off your high horse

Academics should back a case-study approach to impact in the REF [the UK's Research Excellence Framework] or risk getting far worse, says Claire Donovan

For some, the old maxim that “a camel is a horse designed by committee” neatly fits the proposed blueprint for assessing research impact in the research excellence framework. However, there are compelling reasons why it must take this peculiar shape.

via Times Higher Education – Get off your high horse.

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