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The University is seeking opinions from staff who were involved in the recent REF2014 submission process.
The short online questionnaire will run until 24 January and seeks insights into how preparations for REF2014were undertaken or received in order to help identify how processes can be enhanced for the next submission.
A significant number of people were involved in preparing and co-ordinating the submission material and the survey forms part of a wider review that will help to identify strengths, weaknesses and gaps in order to provide recommendations for the future.
The survey results will complement a Senate ‘Lessons Learned’ session scheduled for the New Year and a review of REF2014 will be included on the next Leadership Forum meeting on 18 February 2014.
Staff who were involved in the process will be invited to participate in the survey via email but can access the survey on the following link http://survey.liv.ac.uk/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=REF2014.
The REF2014 submission was formally submitted on 29 November, the results of which will be available in December 2014.
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