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#StirResearchBites: Using Altmetric to strategically promote your research

Lisa Idebolo is a Research Policy Officer in Research & Innovation Services, her portfolio of work includes Research Performance Indicators & Metrics, Strategic Projects and Research Committee. Along with Fiona Millar, she attended Prof Kevin Tipton’s Research bites sessions to… Continue Reading →

Research Drive

Where do you hold your research data? Laptops, portable hard-drives, USBs, Dropbox? These devices are not necessarily safe or secure and could be in breach of your funders’ policies.

Research Week – Other activities and the future

Thanks to Fraser Denholm, Digital Media Producer, Communications, Marketing and Public Engagement for this summary of the Research Week highlights Alongside our programme of session we also had, on display in the Macrobert, our Research Map. We asked our academic… Continue Reading →

Research Week 2017 Day 4

Our final day!

Research Week 2017 Day 3

A packed programme for Day 3 including Professor Claire Kramsch’s Carnegie Centenary Lecture

Research Week 2017 Day 2

Day 2 started in a much more relaxed fashion as everything was already set up. We just needed to make sure that technology was on our side for the day’s sessions!

Research Week 2017 Day 1

Our inaugural Research Week was an exciting mix of activities, with opportunities to build inter-disciplinary teams, and the introduction of our new research themes. In case  you missed it, we hope these blog posts by the Research & Innovation Services… Continue Reading →

Research Week 2017 The planning

When Fiona and I were asked to organise a week long celebration of research at Stirling we accepted with a little trepidation – we were starting with a completely blank slate! Professor Judith Phillips, having hosted similar events in previous… Continue Reading →

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