Tuesday 15th March, 2011
1:30pm to 2:30pm
Good research information management can save institutions time and money in preparing bids, locating expertise and reporting to funders. The information required for these tasks is often held across the institution, by funders or elsewhere in the sector, and is hard to assemble in support of strategic planning. This session will showcase tools that can be used across the research life-cycle, from grant bids to evidence of impact, that offer institutions the means to gather and use that information to manage, direct and evaluate their research performance.
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