UQ Research and Innovation works with several other areas of the University to collect and analyse data on research performance measures. It is responsible for ensuring consistency and accuracy in the provision of statistical and other research performance data to the University’s research community and relevant external agencies (e.g. DIISRTE, DEEWR, ABS, Go8 and Universities Australia). It is also involved in the planning and implementation of initiatives related to research data analysis and reporting.

Uses of the data include (but are not necessarily limited to):
  • Higher Education Research Data Collection (HERDC)
  • Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA)
  • UQ's Budget Contribution Model (BCM)
  • UQ Researchers
  • Reportal research performance data
Institutional Reporting section

Research Publications Collection

Each year The University of Queensland conducts the bibliographic data collection for the previous academic year to officially record each piece of research which has culminated into an official publication.

Higher Education Research Data Collection (HERDC)

Higher Education Research Data Collection (HERDC) is an annual Commonwealth Government collection of research income data. It is used to assess the relative research and research training performance of HEPs and in turn drives the allocation of Research Block Grants.

Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) Survey

Research classification codes; R&D activity types.

Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA)

Overview of ERA and key results.

Excellence in Innovation for Australia (EIA)

Overview of the EIA trial and examples of UQ research impact in the wider community.

Reporting Research Data Using the UQ Reportal

UQ Research Performance data is made available to the University research community via the Reportal. The data available includes publications, research grants, HERDC research income, Research Higher Degree Student Load and Completions, ERA, and Staff Research Load data.

UQ Researchers

UQ Researchers gives you access to the diverse and excellent expertise and experience of individual researchers and the groups of researchers across The University of Queensland.

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