Research and Innovation Development Office
21 February 2017
During your research career, you encounter lots of advice (some helpful, some not so helpful), and you decide what works for you.
You also come across different tools and technologies, aimed at helping you with all aspects of research life: finding funding, managing your project, sharing your results etc... We've covered some through this blog in the past (several times!).
Well, now I want to ask you what you've used, and what works for you! Do you use Papers or Mendeley to manage your pdfs? Do you use Trello or something else to manage your project? Do you find funding through Research Professional or is there a better tool for you? How do you find partners and collaborators, through Piirus? Email our team to let us know.
More importantly, do you tell your colleagues and research students about these tools? I'll share what I find out through your emails, but you'll also get chance to share your experience if you come along to our Research Funding Observatory Seminar: Gadgets and Gizmos (8 March Chelmsford, 9 March Cambridge). We'll use this session to show you what we know, but we want your input and advice too. Sign up now!