Peer review college - AHRC

AHRC’s Peer Review College has around 970 members from higher education institutions and independent research organisations in the United Kingdom and overseas, and from outside academia.

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Hear about peer reviewing and AHRC’s peer review college in the following videos.

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What is peer review?

An Introduction to the peer review college

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At the Follow the Members peer review event, members of AHRC’s peer review college discussed:

  • what it means to be a peer reviewer
  • what motivated them to join up
  • the characteristics needed to be a peer reviewer.

What does it mean to be a peer reviewer?

What does it mean to you to be a peer reviewer transcript

What was your motivation to be a peer reviewer?

What was your motivation to be a peer reviewer transcript

What are the characteristics you need to be a peer reviewer?

What are the characteristics you need to be a peer reviewer transcript

Peer review college membership

The short film shows footage from one of our peer review induction session from April 2018. It includes first-hand testimonials from our college members about their experiences of being in the college, and what being a college member means to them.

Watch Peer review college wrap up on Vimeo

Peer review college membership visualisation

How to use AHRC’s interactive visualisation of college membership: The interactive maps and tables on the visualisation have a selection of views. Users can change these views by selecting a college type to update the maps, or select a research organisation to filter the whole dashboard.

Users can also:

  • hover over points or segments of the visualisation to bring up more information in a legend
  • export underlying data tables for their own analysis
  • share the visualisation with others.

Last updated: 28 February 2022

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