On this page you will find information to support you in the use of the institutional Research Systems. The majority of the institutions research information is stored within the Research Management System, which is a centralised system that holds all research related information. You can add a range of different research related activities to the system in order to populate your public webpage and showcase your own and the institution's research capabilities.
Please click on the tabs below to view guidance for each component.
The RMS profile displays information about individual researchers, their research interests and research activities e.g. projects, publications and CV activities. CV Activities can be added to a researchers profile, there are several types including; qualifications, teaching, awards, teaching/research statements, examining, supervision, various contributions and any other academic activities.
You can view your webpage by going to the Research Hub webpages.
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RMS stores the metadata for publications and allows publications to be submitted to the University's Repository (STORRE) by uploading the details and full-text to RMS. RMS allows you to add publications manually or import them from a Bibliographic Management Software.
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For any queries about publications please contact email@example.com
For any Open Access queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see the Edit my Profile guide to find out how to add tags to your profile.
If you need to add a new tag that isn’t on the list please email email@example.com
This is where the details of externally funded Research and Consultancy awards are stored. These are currently added by the Research Funding & Development Team within Research & Innovation Services. If you require any changes to your contract records please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or by using the Request Change function within the preview screen.
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These areas should be aligned to the academic schools research areas, these areas are separate and do not reflect to the organisational structure.
List of current research areas are available here.
If you would like to add a new research sub area or you would like to add someone to an area please contact email@example.com
This tool can be used to record and evidence impact of research carried out. It is recommended that an academic should not have any more than a handful of impact records at the most. An Impact record should be a living document that can be continuously added to and can be used as a repository for evidence of research impact.
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Research data consists of data, records, files and other evidence on which research conclusions are based and any material that supports your research output. The University has an Online Repository for Research Data (DataSTORRE), which is used to store data generated through Research. More details available here.
For any queries on research data, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Altmetric is a free tool that tracks attention to research papers. The University also subscribes to Altmetric for Institutions: this is a service that helps you monitor and report on your own research papers, as well as Stirling's research papers more generally and all other research papers tracked by Altmetric
Find out more about Altmetric here
Researchfish enables funders to collect outcomes and analyse the impact of their funded research. Over 100 funders across the world use Researchfish to collect this information, however each funder has different requirements for their submission period.
RCUK annually collect research outcomes from awards through Researchfish. Find out more here.