The ENRESSH bibliography is now online as a public group with closed membership. Anyone can view, but ENRESSH members must ask the coordinator if they wish to join. The library is visible to all.
WG4 welcomes anyone interested in participating in the referencing procedure to add tags for easier indexing and access.
The site is accessible here on Zotero
The first ENRESSH training school is now over leaving a group of very satisfied and exhausted trainers and trainees. To catch up on what went to, just take a look at the ENRESSH downloads page and you’ll find the working materials and presentations online. Many thanks to Paul and Antun for having made this such a successful event!
The ENRESSH Zagreb Training school is well under way, bet you wish you were there!
To catch up, downloads are online here: http://enressh.eu/links_and_literature/training-school-downloads/
Michael Ochsner was invited for a presentation and panel discussion at a workshop at the University of Graz entitled „And how do you want to be evaluated? A discussion on the evaluation of research performance in the humanities, social sciences and cultural studies“. He presented the work of ENRESSH and especially the Work Group 1 to a public of Austrian SSH scholars, deans, vice-rectors and a representative of the Ministry of Education, Science and Research.
More information (in German) can be found here: https://gewi.uni-graz.at/de/neuigkeiten/detail/article/und-wie-moechten-sie-bewertet-werden-diskussion-zur-bewertung-von-leistungen-in-den-geistes-sozi/
Work goes on apace and you can now read all about what is happening in our latest newsletter. The November issue contains updates about work group activities, introduces new member Christophe Köller and has a message to the action from Professor Rūta Petrauskaitė of the Lithuanian Research Council along with other featured articles.