The UCT Research Portal:
a (NO LONGER) head-in-the-clouds view…
Available here:
http://blogs.uct.ac.za/blog/research-portal-
news/2013/07/30/research-portal-update-ched-and-humanities-
f...
Research Office
My eResearch
My Ethics
Research
Facilities
Finance
VulaLibraries
and
Repository
My
Storage
My
Tools
My Gra...
We’re live….
Home Page –
accessible via
standard login
Most accessed
resource: note
Research Professional
Africa site is a highly
comprehensive and up-
to-date catalogue of
Afri...
Increasingly
popular page:
access to various
means of
accurately
assessing your
own or others’
publication
outputs –
inclu...
There are a number of
SlideShare slideshows explaining
how tools work, linked to via the
“Research Portal News” blog on
th...
SciVal Spotlight allows instant evaluation of published
international collaborations – right down to paper level
SciVal Spotlight Competencies: 116 at UCT
What is happening now? Phase 1, live Feb 2012
My eResearch
Research
Facilities
VulaLibraries
and
Repository
My
Tools
Creat...
What is planned for longer term?
Phase 2, live by late 2013
My eResearch
Research
Facilities
VulaLibraries
and
Repository
...
Queensland Univ Technology Profiles: best exemplar
Queensland Univ Technology Profiles
The Profiles are
underpinned by a
database and Portal –
RAD – which, like the
TARDIS, ...
Objective for UCT Profiles: 1
To reduce the number of times that a UCT academic has to provide the same information for
di...
Scope of the Profiles
NB: cross-Faculty working group approved
…and especially
this…B-)
LINKS TO SLIDESHOWS ON eRES RESOURCES
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Report by Ed Rybicki on progress in the Research Portal for Commerce Faculty, UCT

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Research portal Commerce Faculty 11 09-2013

  1. 1. The UCT Research Portal: a (NO LONGER) head-in-the-clouds view…
  2. 2. Available here: http://blogs.uct.ac.za/blog/research-portal- news/2013/07/30/research-portal-update-ched-and-humanities- faculties
  3. 3. Research Office My eResearch My Ethics Research Facilities Finance VulaLibraries and Repository My Storage My Tools My Grants HR My Staff eResearch Tab on UCT Home Page My Students My Contracts Scholarly Works Profiles Showcase = Research Office Site Concept for final model as of mid-2012: Secure access for researchers to portal; public access to RO site Search Experts Open Educational Resources OpenContent Tab on UCT Home Page
  4. 4. We’re live….
  5. 5. Home Page – accessible via standard login
  6. 6. Most accessed resource: note Research Professional Africa site is a highly comprehensive and up- to-date catalogue of Africa-specific funding opportunities worldwide
  7. 7. Increasingly popular page: access to various means of accurately assessing your own or others’ publication outputs – including informal or social media mentions
  8. 8. There are a number of SlideShare slideshows explaining how tools work, linked to via the “Research Portal News” blog on the UCT Blogs site http://blogs.uct.ac.za/blog/rese arch-portal-news
  9. 9. SciVal Spotlight allows instant evaluation of published international collaborations – right down to paper level
  10. 10. SciVal Spotlight Competencies: 116 at UCT
  11. 11. What is happening now? Phase 1, live Feb 2012 My eResearch Research Facilities VulaLibraries and Repository My Tools Created and linked / redesigned Web pages, linked a database, established Portal site NOTE: we presently do not know what to use for Portal – several options exist NOTE 2: FULL implementation has to wait for UCT Web renewal OER Scholarly work
  12. 12. What is planned for longer term? Phase 2, live by late 2013 My eResearch Research Facilities VulaLibraries and Repository My Tools Scholarly Works Profiles Create some dynamic access links to Irma / other databases, create templated Profiles which include “Scholarly Resources” – publication lists and other forms of publication NOTE: both Scholarly Resources and Profiles require significant development and policy decisions. Eg: SR not just database output; also represents “non conventional” publications for Humanities etc – video, digitised artworks? Search Experts Note: this is the Profiles module that links to the repository
  13. 13. Queensland Univ Technology Profiles: best exemplar
  14. 14. Queensland Univ Technology Profiles The Profiles are underpinned by a database and Portal – RAD – which, like the TARDIS, is far larger on the inside, and provides similar functionality to what we propose for UCT
  15. 15. Objective for UCT Profiles: 1 To reduce the number of times that a UCT academic has to provide the same information for different institutions or purposes to one time only! • To allow highly user-configurable output of curricula vitae for printing OR Web use • Use by Departments, Faculty, Bremner, the UCT Research Office, IAPO, and the NRF, to “pull” data for specific purposes into (eg) forms for: – for academic assessment and leave, – applications for travel and research – equipment funding – to harvest information on collaborations, international partners, updated research activities Examples: Research expertise, personal profiles, collaborations, publications, patents, open teaching material, reports…. Use by NRF: Synchronise information between UCT and NRF to reduce time spent on NRF systems, AND ALLOW DIRECT IMPORT OF PUBLICATION DATA
  16. 16. Scope of the Profiles NB: cross-Faculty working group approved
  17. 17. …and especially this…B-) LINKS TO SLIDESHOWS ON eRES RESOURCES

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