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ARC Applications: What Matters. Peter Fairbrother, Social, Behavioural and Economic Panel, College of Experts (ARC) and Centre for Sustainable Organisations and Work, RMIT University. Date: Friday, 6 December 2013. Schemes. Discovery – DP Early Career Researcher – DECRA Indigenous – IN

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arc applications what matters

ARC Applications: What Matters

Peter Fairbrother, Social, Behavioural and Economic Panel, College of Experts (ARC) and Centre for Sustainable Organisations and Work, RMIT University.

Date: Friday, 6 December 2013

schemes
Schemes
  • Discovery – DP
  • Early Career Researcher – DECRA
  • Indigenous – IN
  • Linked - LP1
  • Fellowships – different ones
2012 13 assessment
2012/13 Assessment

The 2012 SBE panel processed:

  • DP – 693
  • IN – 11
  • DECRA – 257
  • Future Fellows
  • SBE 2013:
  • Average number of readers = 3
  • Cross panel assessment more common
  • Never moved out of the A/B range for allocations
  • Increased recognition of ROPE – discussed and even voted on by panel.
overview 1 participants roles and activities
Overview 1: Participants – roles and activities
  • Panel members: allocate Readers
  • Readers – specialised and detailed
  • Readers – letter assessment
  • Panel members: moderate and rank
  • Panel Meeting: April and August – allocate
  • Panel members: feedback to ARC on procedure and process
discovery decra in projects selection criteria
Discovery/DECRA/IN Projects Selection Criteria

DECRA

a. 35%

b. 40% 

c. 10% 

d. 15%

IN

a. 35%

b. 40% 

c. 10% 

d. 15%

DP

a. Investigator(s) 40%

b. Project Quality and Innovation 25%

c. Feasibility and Benefit 20%

d. Research Environment 15%

project
Project

Introduction

Aims and subject

Background

Significance and innovation,

Method (in the tightest and manageable way)

Timetable etc.

investigators
Investigators
  • DP = 40%
  • DECRA = 35%
  • IN = 35%
  • LP = 20%
  • Partners: Linkage
feasibility and benefit
Feasibility and Benefit

DP = 20% , DECRA = 10% , IN = 10%

Feasibility

  • Plan of work
  • Budget – value
  • Networks

Benefit

  • Outcomes
  • Intellectual gain
  • Policy relevance/National priorities
research environment
Research Environment

DP and IN = 15%, DECRA = 10%, IN = 10%

  • Centre/School: intellectual activity/support
  • Faculty: research focus/support
  • University – mission and objectives
  • Make a case that will be read
  • Have others read.
partners linkage
Partners: Linkage
  • Involve in approach and method
  • History
  • Evidence of actual involvement, consultation
  • Outcome that is not consultancy
future fellowships 2013
Future Fellowships: 2013
  • Distinguished and assessed according to level:
    • FT1 147 applications – award 24 and 4 reserves
    • FT2 109 applications – award 18 and 2 reserves
    • FT3 53 applications – award 9 and 4 reserves
  • ROPE explicitly taken into account in these assessments, by the panel members although not always by readers
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FF

a. Candidate 40%

b. Project Quality and Innovation 35%

c. Strategic Alignment 15% 

d. Collaboration Outreach 10%

procedures
Procedures
  • Divide preparation into parts:
    • Investigator
    • Research Environment
    • Project
      • Feasibility and benefit for Discovery
      • Details of links for Linkage
  • Give time to each one..
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