Scrying, not crying: Non-traditional research outputs

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Increasingly I hear variants of the notion that the Dawkins forced marriage of art training and university education was perhaps “just a bad idea from the start” (Frost 2021), and though these (largely economic) concerns are primarily directed toward taught courses, examples of concern are emerging too in research and research training. Anecdotally, there are many accounts of applications for PhDs in creative practice-led research projects being closely interrogated, or not approved. Anecdotally, there are many reports of creative academics facing difficulties in being able to report NTROs as part of their KPIs, which of course affects promotion opportunities.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-4
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2022


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