Alternative uses Résumé Resources Library

Browse resources to support organisations, applicants and reviewers in the use of narrative CVs in processes from recruitment and promotion, to professional development and more.

These resources have been co-created by members of the research and innovation (R&I) community, for the R&I community, helping share best practice and aligned approaches in their use.

Materials in this part of the Résumé Resources Library have been co-developed by the Alternative Uses Group which includes a wide variety of organisations from across the global R&I system.

You can use materials in the library under Creative Commons Attribute 4.0 International – CC BY 4.0. You must include the following text in replicated or adapted works:

The materials created for the Résumé Resources Library have been co-developed by the Joint Funders Group and the Alternative Uses Group. The use of any material(s) from the Résumé Resources Library is shared under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International — CC BY 4.0 and requires that the Joint Funders Group and the Alternative Uses Group be acknowledged in any work which has benefitted or borrowed from the resources in replicated or adapted works.

High-level principles

Browse resources on key messages, including high-level principles

Shared evaluation framework 

Browse the Shared Evaluation Framework (SEF) resources

Collaborative systems approach guide

See the Culture Change guide for collaborative systems approach

Peer Exchange Platform for Narrative-style CVs (PEP-CV)

A resource for everyone in the R&I community to help explore how to best present a diverse range of experiences, achievements, and career paths in all types of narrative-style CVs

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