ARIES data collection

Note: only one research output per submission
Name:
(author, writer, performer, artist, designer, researcher)
u number:
Your university U number e.g. u1234567
as published if publication or as named if other
or Recording Company, Recording Studio. Publisher is a required field where relevant.
of output / recording / publication / exhibition / production etc. City Country (without a comma between the two)
 

Output details

Enter the relevant details for the output category selected above

Research contribution to the discipline area / advancement, extension of knowledge / innovation / evidence of excellence / sustained endeavour / peer review evidence.
Book
Initials, surname, separate multiple with commas eg S. Smith , J, Jones
number - 1st, 2nd etc
usually 1 but may be more
The number of chapters is important for calculating the HERDC score. (usually see table of contents)
Reference work
as published
Initials, surname, separate multiple with commas eg S. Smith , J, Jones
number - 1st, 2nd etc
usually 1 but may be more
The number of chapters is important for calculating the HERDC score. (usually see table of contents)
Book chapter
as published
Initials, surname, separate multiple with commas eg S. Smith , J, Jones
number - 1st, 2nd etc
usually 1 but may be more
The number of chapters is important for calculating the HERDC score. (usually see table of contents)
Journal article
e.g. Vol. 2
if applicable
e.g. pp 101-108
Conference paper
if applicable
if applicable
Visual art work or design work
A Research Output such as a fine arts and crafts work, design work, diagram, map, photographic image, sculpture or installation.
where relevant
Written work (formerly 'textual work') e.g curatorial text
Written creative work that is not eligible to be submitted as a book or journal article, such as a novel or art review. Scholarly editions, scholarly translations, exhibition catalogues, catalogue entries, notated musical work and published scores may be submitted in this submission category.
Other original creative work
Other original creative works that are not live performances of creative works, recorded/rendered creative works, curated or produced substantial public exhibitions and events, and research reports for an external body.
Live Performance of Creative Works - Music
New work or demonstrably new or innovative interpretation or production of an existing work.
e.g. Llwellyn Hall, Canberra, Australia
Audio/Visual Recording Film or Video
Research outputs presented in an audio-visual format, such as films, documentaries or audio-visual presentations.
Recorded Performance
Performances (in music, dance, theatre, etc.) that have been created specifically for a recorded medium
Inter-arts (recorded/rendered creative works research cross disciplinary )
Recorded/rendered creative works, often experimental, produced in association with other researchers in other disciplinary fields.
Digital creative work
Digital creative works, including creative 3D models, animated work, digital outputs of architectural and design projects, computer programs, games and visual artworks.
If applicable
If applicable
Website/Web exhibition
Eligible as recorded/rendered creative works if the eligible researcher is the creator of the creative works features in the website. Curated web based exhibitions of the creative work of others must be submitted as Curated or Produced Substantial Public Exhibitions and Events.
Other recorded or rendered work
Other recorded/rendered creative works not listed above
Web-based exhibition
The curation and/or production of an internet website presenting a collection of creative works where the internet is the medium of the exhibited works.
Exhibition or Visual Art Event
The curation and/or production of a collection of creative works exhibited together for the first time, in that particular arrangement, in a recognised gallery, museum, or event. This should be accompanied by a well researched publication that includes the date and location of the exhibition
e.g. ANU School of Art Gallery, Canberra, Australia
Festival
The curation of a festival bringing together innovative work or existing works in an innovative format or through a theme that provides new perspectives and/or experiences
e.g. ANU School of Art Gallery, Canberra, Australia
Other curated event
Curated or substantial public exhibitions and events that do not fit into the above sup-categories of the Curated of Prodruced Substantial Public Exhibitions and Events research output type.
Research Reports, working & discussion papers published
A Research Report for an External Body is a written research output commissioned or solicited by an external body such as a government department or private company. To be eligible to be submitted a report must A) meet the definition of research as per section 3.1; B) not be eligible to be submitted as a traditional research.
(required field)
Newspaper or Magazine Article
Thesis
 

Other Authors (performer, artist, designer, researcher)

Other ANU authors
Name:
u number:
Name:
u number:
Name:
u number:
External authors
Add the names of non-ANU authors. This answer is required for every output - not just for each academic.
Evidence
Provide evidence of your research through a url or document upload. You may upload pdf, doc, wav, mp3, xls, tif, tiff, jpg, jpeg, mov, docx, xlsx file types 32 MB maximum per upload. Following ERA panel selection, full version may be requested.
url 1
Full url for Vimeo, YouTube or other cloud storage, include http:// or https:// Provide a password if applicable in the password/notes field.
if applicable
Document upload 1
 

Fields of Research (FoR) codes

(required for each publication entry. It is possible to enter 2 or more by entering percentage for each code)

FoR code 1
Enter other FoR code
%
 

Socio-Economic Objective (SEO) codes

SEO code 1
Enter other SEO code
%
 
Add any notes or comments to assist with entering the data.

Updated:  12 June 2013/Responsible Officer:  Head, School of Music/Page Contact:  Development Officer