The governance policies of The University of Portsmouth provide information about its standards and regulations…
Policies and guidance
As part of its open access 2020 policy, Wellcome-funded organizations are asked to publicly commit to the principle that when assessing research outputs – for example in hiring, promotion and tenure committees – they will consider the intrinsic merit of the work, not the title of the journal, its impact factor or the publisher.
The ORFG released guidance for funders called, Incentivizing the sharing of research outputs through research assessment: a funder implementation blueprint.
University College London (UCL) released its Academic Careers Framework, which provides information related to its promotion processes.
The University of California, Irvine developed guidance “Identifying Faculty Contributions to Collaborative Scholarship” to help faculty describe and assess team science.
The Office for Faculty Equity & Welfare at the University of California, Berkeley provides support for faculty search committees to evaluate candidate contributions to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), including guidance for search committee composition, application requirements, rating criteria, and more.
The FWF recognizes a diverse range of research outcomes and requires grant applicants to provide information on various research achievements.
The NHMRC guide for peer review instructs assessors not to rely on the Journal Impact Factor when making judgments.
The Leiden Manifesto provides ten principles for the appropriate use of metrics in research evaluation.
Institutions and funders can use the Hong Kong Principles to reward and recognize scholars for behavior that contributes to trustworthy research.