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Professorial Appraisal Review System

Professorial Appraisal Review

System overview

The Professorial Appraisal Review system (PAR) allows members of the UCL professoriate to complete their appraisal online. To aid preparation, the appraisees has a snapshot of the period since the last appraisal which shows the following details: research grant information from the Financial Information System (FIS); publications stored in the Research Publications System (RPS); research students recorded in the students information system, Portico; learning events recorded in HR systems.

Launch Professorial Appraisal Review

Live system
» Professorial Appraisal Review Live site
[ Live system ]
User acceptance testing system
» Professorial Appraisal Review UAT site

Basic Details

Organisational overview
  • Developed in-house by UCL
Registration requirements
- PAR is only accessible by Heads of Departments, Deans and Professors. A valid UCL User ID and Password to access the system is required.
System requirements
- HTML-based website
- PAR should be accessed using Internet Explorer (IE6 or higher) in a Windows environment.

Professorial Appraisal Review FAQ

Documentation

See below for links to PAR documentation.

Further Information

Support Info

Training Information

  • » Training

    For guidance on how to use the PAR system refer to the manuals listed under the Frequently Asked Questions.

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