2001
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Abstract: Neste artigo, a autora relata sua participação no novo sistema, instaurado há quatro anos pela CAPES, para a avaliação de programas de pós-graduação no Brasil. Depois de uma descrição das etapas da avaliação realizada em 1998, levanta algumas questões quanto à influência das novas tecnologias de avaliação sobre as atividades de pesquisa e ensino.
In this article, the author recounts her participation in the new audit system, implanted by CAPES four years ago, to evaluate post-graduate p…
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“…This contribution from the evaluated field itself was part of a movement towards peerreviewed evaluation. Despite the participation of all areas in the revision of the evaluation form, an overall change in philosophy was obvious, and Fonseca 6 (2001) considered that the room for maneuver within each area was limited. A new five-section form that includes socially relevant indicators was recently approved by Capes (June 2006) and will undergo a similar weighting process before it is used in the next evaluation.…”
Section: Evaluation: Objectives Strategies and Criteriamentioning
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“…This contribution from the evaluated field itself was part of a movement towards peerreviewed evaluation. Despite the participation of all areas in the revision of the evaluation form, an overall change in philosophy was obvious, and Fonseca 6 (2001) considered that the room for maneuver within each area was limited. A new five-section form that includes socially relevant indicators was recently approved by Capes (June 2006) and will undergo a similar weighting process before it is used in the next evaluation.…”
Section: Evaluation: Objectives Strategies and Criteriamentioning
“…esTar DenTro, fiCar De fora... Fonseca (2001), as atividades de avaliação demandam um grande esforço, tanto de avaliadores como de avaliados na preparação e revisão de relatórios, documentos que, em muitos casos, implica a suspensão de importantes atividades, impondo um rearranjo de agendas. Nesse sentido, Lady Selma F. Albernaz, neste dossiê, oferece um relato etnográfico da sua participação para elaborar um projeto institucional para o Programa Nacional de Cooperação Acadêmica (PROCAD)/CAPES, analisando quem são os beneficiários das políticas de cooperação interinstitucional.…”
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“…Ainda que as críticas não sejam consensuais, destacamos aqui alguns efeitos que, na concepção de Fonseca (2001), ameaçam o sistema de ensino e pesquisa:…”
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“…A maior parte absoluta dos artigos publicados por esse conjunto de pesquisadores circula através de revistas de educação, ou ainda em algumas com caráter mais interdisciplinar, de modo que poucos deles transitam em revistas estritamente veiculadas à antropologia. Em parte, esse fenômeno pode ser explicado pela centralidade que a publicação acadêmica passa a ter no sistema de avaliação da pós-graduação (Fonseca, 2001), de modo que aqueles vinculados a programas avaliados por determinado comitê tendem a valorizar a produção em revistas bem ranqueadas nesse mesmo comitê de área, o que acaba tendo por consequência uma menor visibilidade dessa produção no campo da antropologia no sentido estrito.…”
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