Based on a review of the High Council's activities, the aim of this conference was to draw up guidelines for the coming years: How can the evaluation of higher education and research be adapted to current developments and made more efficient? In an event revolving around exchanges and debates, the participants took part in six round-table discussions:
- 1st round-table discussion: Autonomy and institutional evaluation
- 2nd round-table discussion: Changes in the first cycle and evaluation
- 3rd round-table discussion: Impact of the European Universities project on the higher education and quality assurance landscape
- 4th round-table discussion: Evaluation of institutions and research: what are the purposes of indicators?
- 5th round-table discussion: What are the prospects for research evaluation?
- 6th round-table discussion: Evaluation agencies and the business model for evaluation.
Watch or rewatch conference videos and read a summary of the discussions:
Synthèse des échanges
Présentation de Andrea Bonaccorsi "The role of quantitative indicators in research assessment: Benefits and caveats" (table ronde 4)
Présentation de Peter Van den Besselaar "Indicators and the evaluation of research performance .. and of research policies" (table ronde 4)
Présentation de Sue Smart "The use of bibliometrics and other indicators in the evaluation of research – a UK perspective" (table ronde 4)
Présentation de Paolo Miccoli "L’évaluation du système d’enseignement supérieur et de recherche en Italie" (table ronde 6)
Photos : © Benjamin Girette / Hans Lucas
Ouverture du colloque
Table ronde 1 : Autonomie et évaluation institutionnelle