Julie is Director of Research Impact Development at the University of Lincoln, leading the development and implementation of the institution’s impact strategy. Julie is currently commissioned as Emerald Publishing’s Impact Literacy Advisor, and collaborates/consults widely across the sector on impact on impact, impact literacy and professional development. She is co-chair of the INORMS ‘Research Impact and Stakeholder Engagement’ (RISE), ARMA’s Director of Qualifications and a member of ARMA’s Professional Development Committee. Julie is a Chartered Health Psychologist with a PhD in Health Psychology and Impact, and has been an applied researcher in behaviour change interventions since 2003.

Elizabeth is the Research Policy Manager (Publications) at Loughborough University. She chairs the Lis-Bibliometrics forum and founded The Bibliomagician blog. She is also the co-Champion of the ARMA Research Evaluation Special Interest Group and chairs the International Network of Research Management Societies (INORMS) Research Evaluation Working Group. She has spent much of her career in libraries and investigating rights issues relating to the scholarly activities of UK HE. These include the Jisc-funded RoMEO Project which gave rise to the RoMEO service. She has a PhD on the impact of copyright ownership on scholarly communication and blogs regularly on responsible research evaluation.


17:20 - 17:00
17th Jun 2019
Meeting Room 2b

RAAAP-2: Research Administration As A Profession – Second Survey – A Discussion

In 2018, INORMS, the International Network of Research Management Societies – currently led by ARMA – created an international TaskForce (INORMS RAAAP) to revisit the 2016 RAAAP survey questionnaire in order the start collecting longitudinal data about our profession. By the time of the conference the RAAAP-2 questionnaire will be available and the survey should

Theme: Culture, environment & people
Level: Open to all
Speakers:Dr Julie Bayley
Time: 17:20 - 17:00
Date: 17th Jun 2019
Room: Meeting Room 2b

09:45 - 11:00
17th Jun 2019
Meeting Room 3b

Research Evaluation and Research Impact: Connecting agendas through the INORMS Working Groups

At INORMS 2018, two working groups were established to address key issues in international research management. ‘Research Evaluation’, led by Dr Elizabeth Gadd, and ‘Research Impact and Stakeholder Engagement (RISE)’ co-led by Dr David Phipps and Dr Julie Bayley have been exploring and consulting on a range of issues since. ‘Research Evaluation’ is focused on

Theme: Policy & strategy
Level: Open to all
Speakers:Dr Elizabeth Gadd, Dr Julie Bayley
Time: 09:45 - 11:00
Date: 17th Jun 2019
Room: Meeting Room 3b