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Magasinet Humaniora 2 (2008) 8-11
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Humanistisk forskningskommunikation 2.0
Bertil Dorch 1, 2, Jesper Mørch ( ) 2, Simone Schipp Von Branitz Nielsen 2, Emilie Wieth-Knudsen 2
(2008-04-30)

According to the 2006 list from Times Higher Education Supplement (THES) the Faculty of Humanities at Copenhagen University is number 26 in the world. Nonetheless, the quality of arts and humanities research is difficult to quantify (Faurbæk 2007), and as a consequence various research assesment models have been proposed. The argument in this paper is, that the problem of assessing research within the arts and humanities stem from the lack of visibility of the research output of these subjects.
1:  University of Copenhagen
University of Copenhagen
2:  The Royal Library / Copenhagen University Library
University of Copenhagen
Humanities and Social Sciences/Library and information sciences
Open Access – Humanities
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