Tag Archives: research themes

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: http://www.rcuk.ac.uk/research/Efficiency/Pages/harmonisation.aspx We are using these in our fledgling data registry (ePrints based) … 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. http://eprints.gla.ac.uk/69724/ The project has now come to an end however … Continue reading

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Are there advantages in identifying research clusters?

Forthcoming event at the University of Glasgow! Register your interest now for the opportunity to attend our free event on 24th July. Come along and hear about the work we have been doing on research cluster identification. This event will … Continue reading

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Engaging with the HR system

The latest core system to be looked at by the Engage team is the HR system. The University recently moved to a new Oracle-driven HR system, with the self-service interface to the system going live in September this year. We … Continue reading

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Research Outputs Discussion Group

You may be interested in the more generic research outputs discussion notes on our IRIOS2 blog: http://irios2.wordpress.com/2011/11/23/research-output-discussion-group/

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Using Archimate to model research themes

In an effort to identify where research themes most naturally reside, Valerie and I have recently begun using Archi to create models of the University’s services and organisational units, their MIS systems and technical resources, and information flows between each … Continue reading

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