Monthly Archives: May 2012

Cottage Labs and UKRISS

Cottage Labs are represented in the UKRISS project by Richard Jones, a founder member of the organisation. Cottage Labs is an HE focussed R&D software collective with expertise in research information and library and information systems, and we are pleased … Continue reading

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ARMA Poster Proposal

We have submitted – and had accepted – the following proposal to the ARMA conference, as part of our project dissemination activities. The ARMA 2012 Conference will take place on 12th and 13th June at The DeVere Grand Harbour hotel, … Continue reading

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Project Board Meeting Minutes 22nd May 2012

On 22nd May we had our 4th project board meeting since the start of the project in March. From this point on we’ll be posting summaries of the outcomes of those meetings to this blog. Feedback from SB Meeting The … Continue reading

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Inaugural UKRISS Steering Board Meeting

The UKRISS Steering Board met for the first time at King’s College London on 11th May. The Steering Board (SB) has ten members giving a wide representation of key stakeholders across the HE sector. The SB includes the JISC RIM … Continue reading

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The British Library – why are we involved?

Dr Allan Sudlow and Dr Karen Walshe, who represent the British Library on the UKRISS project board, having been recently been involved in two JISC-funded projects –  The Embedded Research Information Manager and Patients Participate. Collectively, Allan and Karen have … Continue reading

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The View from Brunel

Dr Rosa Scoble and Lorna Mitchell from Brunel University join the UKRISS Project Board having previously run the JISC-funded BRUCE project that developed a prototype tool (SolrEyes), based on CERIF, that facilitated the analysis and reporting of research information from … Continue reading

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