This is a very useful summary of digital tools for research activity curated by Bob Ridge-Stearn. Thank you for sharing Bob.
This post is an adaptation of a newsletter I produced for internal consumption at my university. The original had more information that related to the licences and set up we have on campus. However, this stripped down version may be of use to others so I am posting it here. Many thanks to colleagues on the ALT-members JISCMail list for their help in compiling it. I did not include all suggestions made there as many were not relevant to my audience or were duplications.
So, this is a list of tools that might be useful for those engaged in research. I have organised them into sections, though this is rather clumsy as many have overlapping functions.
Interacting with Research Communities
Piirus helps you to connect other researchers – it’s as simple as that. It was developed by the University of Warwick and is a free service. It can help you…
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