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Last Updated: May 19, 2023     Views: 26

Non-Traditional Research Output (NTRO) may consist of a variety of publicly available, assessable materials embodying research, whether produced by writing, making, composing, designing, performing, or curating.

The University’s reward and recognition processes for research reporting includes traditionally recognised scholarly outputs in the forms of academic journal publications and their scholarly impact and Non-Traditional Research.

Research outputs have expanded beyond journal publications to include screenings, software applications, licenses and patents, performances, architecture and exhibitions, all collectively known as ‘NTROs.

There are revised guidelines for NTRO assessment processes of NTROs and detailed criteria and output ratings by type of NTRO to ensure NTROs are formally recognised and encourage and reward academic researchers.

The Australian Research Council provides various definitions from the latest ERA 2023 Submission Guidelines

This guideline supports other key University processes and must be read in conjunction with:

University Work Plan Policy 2022
Academic Promotion Policy
Reporting and assessment of publications

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