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Writing a REFable publication
Mon 8 May 2017, 12:30 – 14:00 BST
This session aims to help researchers/academics to understand what characterises and how to prepare, publications targeted for submission to the Research Excellence Framework (REF).
This course will provide:
- an introduction to the REF and the likely criteria that will apply for REF2021
- the rationale for why preparing a strong REF2021 submission is critically important
- an overview of the different metrics available to apprise a journal’s quality
- an introduction to the mechanics of developing a REF-eligible publication
- insights into targeting research outputs at specific publication outlets.
This session maps to Researcher Development Framework:
Domain D, Engagement, influence and impact. Sub-domain, D2 Communication & dissemination, D3 Engagement & impact.
Session will be led by Dr Karl Smith, Research Impact Manager and Research Excellence Framework Coordinator.
This session is free for All Research staff, only. Please use the booking form to reserve your place by Friday 5th May 2017, 3pm.
Note: Researchers Description
All Research Staff: includes Early Stage Researchers, Established Researchers, Leading Researchers
Early Stage Researchers: Contract researchers, Postdoc and early Career Researchers
Established Researchers: Staff with established research profile
Leading Researchers: Members of Professoriate and senior staff
Post Graduate Researchers: PGR 1, PGR2, PGR3
* Research Domain is derived from the Vitae Researcher Development Framework, available at: http://www.vitae.ac.uk/rdf