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This post has been written by Dr Jacqueline Thomson, Research Associate at the School of Psychological Science, University of Bristol. Introduction... >>
By Andrea Chiarelli, Rob Johnson and Ian Carter In the context of the Jisc Research Analytics project, Research Consulting and Carter Research... >>
Introduction In my previous post ( Research analytics service: Defining the problems and refining potential solutions ) I gave an overview of the... >>
I’m a product manager working in the open research services team within the digital resources directorate.
I currently manage the UK ORCID Consortium and lead on persistent identifier projects. I also support a number of projects, activities and community groups in areas such as research notebooks, research data, research information, research analytics, open research, standards development, and work that supports researchers throughout the whole research lifecycle. In particular, I keep a watching brief on developments with persistent identifiers and research notebooks to ensure Jisc is positioned correctly with national and international developments.
I actively support the work of international organisations, such as the Research Data Alliance (including the RDA UK node), engage with international groups and projects, and keep a watching brief on developments with persistent identifiers and research notebooks to ensure Jisc is positioned correctly with national and international developments.
My work at Jisc has always been focussed on research and I was previously senior co-design manager in research and innovation. Before that I was programme manager for the access and identity management (AIM), virtual research environments (VRE) and research tools programmes.
Prior to Jisc I worked for OMII-UK at the University of Southampton as user community liaison team leader. Before working in higher education, I had extensive experience in ITC including requirements gathering, software/database development, team leading and project management in the commercial sector.
Next-generation research environments
Research Information, November 2016