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What follows is a list of links to websites, e-magazines, videos, and papers that will tell you more about recognition and rewards, and the latest developments in this area in academia. 

Recognition & Rewards website

More information about the nation-wide Recognition & Rewards programme is available on the programme website. The website offers real-life examples, news updates, and event announcements.

Position paper: Room for everyone’s talent

In the position paper entitled Room for everyone’s talent, knowledge institutions and research councils (Universities of the Netherlands (UNL), the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), the Netherlands Federation of University Medical Centres (NFU), the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research, and the Dutch Research Council (NWO)) defined the requirements for achieving a better balance in recognizing and rewarding researchers and staff in academia.

Recognition & Rewards e-magazine

The Recognition & Rewards e-magazine provides an overview of the current status of the programme. The magazine offers in-depth articles, videos, and real-life stories, as well as other newsworthy items.

Dutch Research Council website

The website of the Dutch Research Council (NWO) is a great source of information about the Recognition & Rewards programme. It includes articles, videos, and interesting links.

Advancing Teaching Network webinars

The website of Advancing Teaching, a global initiative to improve the reward, recognition, and evaluation of university teaching, offers two engaging webinars on this topic.

Young Academy: Good examples merit imitation

The Young Academy has published a paper by the title Good voorbeeld doet goed volgen (Good examples merit imitation). Based on real-life examples, this paper presents five concrete recommendations in line with the ‘new’ performance assessment system for academics. The paper also includes interviews with academics about their experiences with recognition and rewards.

Open Science

Open science contributes to creating academic and social impact: key aspects of good research. For this reason, open science is actively encouraged in the Recognition & Rewards programme. For more information about open science and questions relating specifically to your area of expertise, please contact one of the Open Science Ambassadors at your faculty.

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