Author Archives: Valerie

RCUK Classifications now Available from RCUK Website

Our friends at RCUK have made the subject classifications they use available direct from the RCUK website. See the pdf and excel links at the bottom of the page: We are using these in our fledgling data registry (ePrints based) … Continue reading

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RCUK Classifications Used in Data Registry at University of Glasgow

We’ve used the RCUK classifications and code we created for the ‘Engage’ project in our data registry which we have just made live at the University of Glasgow. Read more at:

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University of Glasgow Update

After discussion with our VP for Research and Enterprise and representatives from our Corporate Communications (web) team we are proceeding with some work running a few of the ‘research clusters’ in the University of Glasgow through the software tools developed during Engage to see how this portrays … Continue reading

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Final Project Documentation

Hello All, Here is our final project report.  The primary audience is University of Glasgow services and senior management however I thought it might be of use to other organisations. The project has now come to an end however … Continue reading

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Finding Collaborators

Further linkage found with our IRIOS2 project.  The IRIOS2 demonstrator includes functionality to find potential collaborators by searching for projects with specific topics (e.g. RCUK classification).  The demonstrator includes a correspondence system to allow staff to invite interest in collaborations.

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Workshop Report

Here is the final version of the report from our workshop looking at ‘research themes’. Research_Clusters_Workshop_Report_final Our final report for the project will be available on this blog in the next few weeks.

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Research Classification

It looks like we are getting closer to some automated method of getting research classification information from Research Councils. See the blog post on our IRIOS2 project site:

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