RI lunches - Epistemic progress in the university

Presentation by Iris Lechner - PhD student Faculty of Humanities, VU

In this RI lunch PhD student Iris Lechner will discuss the preliminary findings of an online three-round Delphi study. The aim of the study is to come to a consensus based understanding of the core epistemic responsibilities of universities – as having to do with understanding, rationality, explanation as well as the dissemination and exchange of knowledge. Based on the results of the first round consensus was reached on six core epistemic responsibilities, including research integrity. The outcome of the study will form the basis of an assessment tool which can give insight into how well universities are meeting their epistemic responsibilities, in light of the ever increasing bureaucratization and marketization of universities.

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Meeting ID: 921 0142 6209
Passcode: 277587

General description of these meetings:
Every month NRIN organizes a lunchtime presentation, focussing on RI related research and projects. The concept of these lunches is to provide a platform where researchers present their current work, with the purpose to receive suggestions and feedback from the group of attendees. If you are interested to receive our monthly invites automatically or present your own research, send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Event Information

Event Date Wednesday 17-11-2021 01:00 pm
Location Online

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