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At the recent Town Hall, I shared our plans to interview recommended faculty. We are interested in your input for developing the final list of questions to be asked at the interviews early next year.
Please comment with revisions or additions to this starter list for faculty:
1. Think about how you did research five years ago. How is your approach to research different today?
2. What do you believe research in your field will be like in five years?
3. How are research methods changing in your field?
4. Describe the new kinds of information or sources researchers in your field are using.
5. In what ways could Berkeley improve your ability to use these types of information and sources?
6. How would you describe the types of scholarship researchers in your field will be producing in the next five to ten years?
7. What kinds of support services (such as consulting, training, technology) do you believe will be useful for supporting your research & teaching in the next five to ten years?
8. How do you collaborate with colleagues in other academic disciplines?
9. What are the challenges for collaboration across state and national borders?
10. What do you think will ultimately be the impact of open access journals in your field of research?