Following the decision by the four UK higher education funding bodies to put the REF on hold due to the effects of Covid-19, initial views are invited from the HE sector regarding the timing of the new submission deadline and the effects on impact case studies.
An article by REF Director, Kim Hackett, setting out where we are at present with some of the decisions around the REF timetable.
A blog by Anna Grey, Research Strategy and Policy Manager at the University of York relating to the REF 2021 timetable.
FAQs outlining further clarification on the UK higher education funding bodies’ approach to contingency planning for coronavirus for the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 have been published today.
REF 2021 Code of Practice approved
Key questions for academics and researchers
A briefing summarising the key dimensions of the now confirmed information on impact case studies
Mark Reed presents the key points on impact in the final guidance.
The UK’s four higher education (HE) funding bodies have published the key documents that provide guidance to UK universities when submitting their research to the next Research Excellence Framework, REF 2021.
The UK's four higher education funding bodies have appointed seven additional members to the Research Excellence Framework Equality and Diversity Advisory Panel (EDAP). One of the members is from Ulster, Mr Paul Davidson, Deputy Director of People & Culture.