Category: ResearchMaster Tips
We have now been using ResearchMaster eForms for over a year – supporting the activities associated with research ethics approvals and activities associated with research grants. Previously, we provided information about the results of the Research eForms survey, what it meant and how we were planning on addressing issues for improvement. We are pleased to provide […]
A new Variation eform has been developed in ResearchMaster 6 (RME6). The new Variations eForm and workflow will soon be available for researchers to use across the University. This new eform is designed for variations to a funded research grant project. Benefits for Researchers: Auto-populate data, removing need to re-enter information which is not changing […]
ResearchMaster Tip of the Week: Want to know if your HoS has seen your Research Funding Request (RFR)?
Follow the steps below to determine if your Head of School has seen your Research Funding Request (RFR) Login to Research Master Go to Research Project Requests. Under My Project Requests Tab – check the workflow state column against the RFR record. This should indicate RFR HoS review.
A list of Field of Research (FoR) and Socio-Economic Objective (SEO) codes are available on the Research Services website. When entering codes into your eForm, remember that you can type in the full 6 digit code, part of a code, or part of a name into the Classification Name/Code field to search. Note: Do not press the […]
ResearchMaster Tip of the Week: Submitting a Research Funding Request (RFR) – Do I Need to Submit an NoI?
If you are applying for a grant in the next month, you are not required to complete a Notification of Intent (NOI) form to complete the internal grant application process. (see Exceptions below). The Research Funding Request (RFR) form (that replaces the former application coversheet) is the form that is required to complete your grant […]
Grant Application Deadline Looming? A Research Funding Request (RFR) form must accompany all funding applications: Complete your RFR form in ResearchMaster (RME6). Need Help? For technical assistance email firstname.lastname@example.org Further support material available on the Research Branch website.