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Shaping future research environments: digital challenges and opportunities

A presentation from our research event on 15 December 2020

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Shaping future research environments: digital challenges and opportunities

  1. 1. Shaping future research environments: challenges and opportunities A Jisc digital research community event, 15 December 2020 While you wait – introduce yourself with PLACE (where you are), SPACE (what’s around you / weather etc) and FACE (how you’re feeling ) – can’t beat a 3 word slogan
  2. 2. Taking part 2 Using Zoom – find the icons at the bottom of the screen: • Check audio / video settings • Turn off live transcript if desired • Use Q&A for questions • Use Chat for comments and… chat! • Save chat (ellipsis at bottom of chat panel) www.menti.com code 51 91 85 Twitter hashtag #JiscDigiRes This webinar is being recorded https://flic.kr/p/5TuDxy
  3. 3. Background 3 Spring 2020 Feedback from PVCR strategy forum and focus groups with national academies July 2020 First meeting of community council October 2020 Workshops to discuss priorities and activities December 2020 Mailing list launched, discussion paper published, launch webinar Jisc digital research community get involved page https://www.jisc.ac.uk/get-involved/digital-research-community-group Jisc digital research community discussion paper: Identifying priorities, actions and next steps https://bit.ly/3a9UTZL [PDF]
  4. 4. Purpose of the community 4 Connect a place to bring people and communities together and find peer support Share a place to showcase and share experiences Collaborate a place to work together to address issues and find solutions
  5. 5. Who is it for? 5 Anyone involved in the research process in any context Every role contributing to the research process has value and a voice in the community Research excellence is promoted through teamwork
  6. 6. Priorities the community council identified •The skills agenda •The policy agenda •Interdisciplinarity and mobility •Tools and methods for future researchers •Interface between technical skills and needs of researchers •Improving the wider research infrastructure •Improving visibility of different kinds of research •Ethics, research integrity and reproducibility •Dangers of digital poverty •The European / international perspective 6
  7. 7. What could the community do? 7 Themed webinars with speakers / Q&A Discussion based community calls / workshops Showcases Blog posts Case studies Recommendations / position papers Produce guides/handbooks of shared practice Drop-in clinics “A day in the life” contributions General news / events updates
  8. 8. Today 8 Facilitators Helen Clare Jisc Dr Caroline Ingram Jisc Verena Weigert Jisc Speakers Dr Victoria Moody Jisc Professor Balbir Barn Middlesex University Professor Anne Boddington Chris Awre University of Hull Discussion Zoom chat / Q&A Menti.com Code 51 91 85 Twitter #JiscDigiRes
  9. 9. Menti question 9 Which of the following describes you best? • Researcher • Research manager • Library staff • IT staff • Society / institute • Publisher • Researcher developer • Other
  10. 10. Which of the following describes you best? 10
  11. 11. Speakers 11
  12. 12. Next steps 12
  13. 13. 13 https://www.cscce.org/resources/community-participation-model/
  14. 14. Menti questions 14 What activities would you like to see the community do? How would you like to get involved in the community? Rank your top 3 issues by priority
  15. 15. What activities would you like to see the community do? 15
  16. 16. What activities would you like to see the community do? (2) 16
  17. 17. What activities would you like to see the community do? (3) 17
  18. 18. What activities would you like to see the community do? (4) 18
  19. 19. What activities would you like to see the community do? (5) 19
  20. 20. Rank your issues by key top priority 20
  21. 21. How far would you like to be involved in the community? 21
  22. 22. What next? Presentations, recording will be made available You’ll get a feedback form Continue the discussions and help shape the community… See where we are in six months! Keep up to date • Join the mailing list • Join the Teams site • Subscribe to the new Jisc research blog Contact details helen.clare@jisc.ac.uk

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