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ANVUR attività ricerca_Torino 6 ottobre 2014
Research for a better evaluation
Andrea Bonaccorsi
Consiglio Direttivo ANVUR
Mandate
ANVUR is entitled to do research on evaluation as part of its institutional
mandate (L. 76).
Research on evaluation is not an end in itself, but must be finalized to
specific goals.
The Board of ANVUR has approved a programme of initiatives and has
nominated
- Prof. Andrea Bonaccorsi- Coordinator of the area- until the term of
his appointment (May 2015)
- Dott. Marco Malgarini- Director of the area
Programme
1.Call for proposal
2.Research groups
3.Conferences
4.Library resources
5.Working paper
Call for proposal
July-September 2014
Theme 1 (Evaluation in Humanities and Social Sciences)
- Use of library catalogues
- Use of journal catalogues
- Evaluation of books and monographs
- Use of Google Scholar
Amount: max 15k euro
Simplified proposal submission
12 proposals received
Future themes: CFP 2 (bibliometric evaluation); CFP 3 (third mission and
education)
Research groups
Creation of Research groups on high level issues in evaluation in Humanities
and Social sciences, e.g.:
- role and evaluation of books
- internationalization
- quality dimensions and criteria for peer review
- conflict of interest and ethical issues
Groups already formed:
- Humanities (prof. Stefano Poggi)- kick off meeting October 10, 2014
- Law (prof. Vincenzo Militello)- kick off meeting October 23, 2014
- Management (prof. Stefano Brusoni)- to be convened
In preparation Group on Socio-political sciences
Conferences
WORKSHOP INTERNAZIONALE
LA VALUTAZIONE DELLA RICERCA
NELLE HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Roma, Auditorium Sant’Antonio
Lunedì 17 novembre 2014
Conferences/2
Ore 10.00 Prima sessione
Definitions of quality and peer review in the evaluation of HSS
The meaning of referencing in the humanities and social science and its interpretation in
an evaluative context
Thed Van Leeuwen, Leiden University, Netherlands
Quality criteria and indicators in the light of humanities scholars' notions of quality: A
bottom-up approach
Sven E. Hug and Michael Ochsner, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Research practices in the humanities as a challenge to evaluations: How deep do we need
to probe?
Jochen Gläser, TU Berlin and Jenny Oltersdorf, University of Göttingen
New developments in the evaluation of HSS research
Henk Moed, Leiden University, Netherlands
Conferences/3
Ore 11.20 Seconda sessione
Recent experiences in the evaluation of HSS
Outputs and access. Two issues in the evaluation of HSS research
Nigel Vincent, University of Manchester
The French experience of evaluation of research in humanities and social science
Ioana Galleron, Geoffrey Williams, Maison des Sciences de l’Homme Bretagne, France
Importance of books and development of book citation indices for evaluating the
humanities
Alessia Zuccala, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Indicators for SSH’s book publishers: Recent developments in Spain
Elea Gimenez Toledo, CCHS-CSIC, Spain
Library resources
Journals
- Need to access relevant journals at low cost
- Access to the NILDE system based on reciprocity
Books
- List of acquisitions in preparation
Working papers
ANVUR working papers
- Manuscripts already submitted to peer review and accepted
- To be submitted to peer review by ANVUR
- Authored not only by ANVUR staff but a larger community (national and
international), covering all issues in the evaluation of research, education and third
mission
Working documents
- Documents to be circulated for information and reference
- Not necessarily academic in style and format
First publication: January 2015
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