Monthly Archives: July 2012

Second UKRISS Steering Board Meeting

The UKRISS Steering Board met for the second time on Monday 2nd July at the Wellcome Trust in London.  Following on from their relatively short initial meeting in May, the second meeting was a 5-hour marathon during which the Board … Continue reading

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ARMA Conference Poster

The UKRISS Project poster was accepted for the ARMA Conference 2012 that took place in Southampton on the 12-13 June. The conference was very well attended with over 400 delegates both from the UK and from abroad. The poster was … Continue reading

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Research Ethics

A substantial part of the project is the initial requirements gathering through interviews with a broad spectrum of stakeholders. Following JISC guidelines and academic best practice, the project team regarded that all interviews should be structured within an ethical framework. … Continue reading

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Stakeholder Mapping

The aim of Phase 1 of the UKRISS project is to determine the feasibility, requirements and scope of a UK national research information reporting service. Requirements will be gathered from a range of organisations, to include stakeholders providing: 1) strategic, … Continue reading

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Functional and Non-Functional requirements

During the requirements gathering phase of the project, we’ll be categorising the requirements we generate against a set of broad areas. This will make it easy to locate requirements for particular aspects and to ensure that we are suitably covering … Continue reading

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