By Steven Wooding, Jonathan Grant
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It was generally felt that the panels should be appointed early in the process and that they should be involved in shaping the assessment process. What Could Go Wrong with the New Systems The possible points of failure that the groups identified fell into three categories: those that affected the implementation of the assessment system; those relating to its operation; and those relating to the results of the exercise. Some of these points related to specific aspects of the assessment system and have been dealt with in the previous section; the remainder that relate to broader issues are presented below.
Five groups considered that there should be effective mechanisms of targeting funding to successful individuals in low rated UoAs, although one of these groups considered that this might be inappropriate in subjects where the infrastructure costs were high and hence it would be inefficient to provide infrastructure for a lone (successful) individual. 36 One group also considered that improvement in excellence, as well as absolute excellence should be rewarded and another considered that ‘Quality Related’ funding should start further down the rating scale.
Flexible and sensitive to discipline (7, 9) Questions about Expert Review How can the process be seen to be transparent? (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8) Can workload be managed and afforded? (3, 5, 7,) Panel composition and selection (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) Who chooses the panel and who are they selected from? How do you avoid bias? (2, 4, 7, 9) How do you deal with very specialised areas? (5, 8) How do you deal with interdisciplinary research? (2, 3, 5, 7) What criteria and what data? (4, 9) How do you ensure comparability across panels?
Assessing Research: The Researchers' View (2003) by Steven Wooding, Jonathan Grant