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Recording – Research Funding Requirements Webinar

You may know we’ve held research funding requirements webinar entitled ‘Key steps in meeting funding requirements’ last week. We had close to 70 attendees from nearly as many UK HE institutions. As part of the registration process we asked delegates what their number one concern is in meeting research funding requirements. Surprisingly an overwhelming majority (74%) said having the ‘right technology’ was their main concern, followed by a distant second place for the ‘right people & processes’ with 17%.

Research Funding Requirements Webinar Poll 1

Research Funding Requirements Webinar Poll Results

Watch the Research Funding Requirements Webinar Recording

The webinar recording is now available on our YouTube channel. We have also embedded the video below. Please feel free to share with colleagues and post any follow up questions you may have in the comments.

 

Practical information

For clear, practical help on how to comply with the research data management expectations for your institution from funding bodies like EPSRC and HEFCE, you can download this complimentary eBook from Arkivum.

You can also download the ‘RDM workflows and integrations for HEIs using hosted services‘ paper, a direct outcome of a ULCC/Arkivum collaboration for the Jisc Research Data Spring initiative.

What next for research and publications repositories at your institution?

If you would like to find out how we can help your institution get the most out of your existing repository, or need help in getting started – get in touch! We are able to provide a quick, provisional estimate for our fully hosted Research Technologies Service.

Request An Estimate!

You can also keep an eye on our Digital Archives and Research Technologies (DART) blog, as we’ll continue to post about all thing digital preservation and research technologies. We are currently reworking the AIDA toolkit and are looking for a fancy new acronym, feel free to get involved!

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