If you have not received an invitation to these events and would like to attend please rsvp to https://www.flinders.edu.au/staffdev/index.php/course/RAD. Invitations are sent out no later than a week prior to the event.
Innovation Management Workshop - 14 October 2015
We are thrilled to be able to offer our RAD Network members the following professional development training to be presented by Flinders Partners. This training has been tailored for Flinders research administration and development staff and offers a unique opportunity to expand your skill base.
For more information on the workshop - Innovation Management Workshop with Flinders Partners (PDF 136KB)
Please be sure to get in early and register here.
Some Flinders Entities that we should know about - Thursday 26 March 2015
A joint presentation by Flinders Partners and New Venture Institute
Who are they? What do they do? What do they have to do with me?
WHEN: 12:30 pm – 2 pm (lunch followed by our meeting)
WHERE: Health Sciences Lecture Theatre Complex Rooms Room 3.08
ARMS – SA Chapter, Flinders membership & Singapore - Monday 15 June 2015
The SA Chapter and Flinders Membership; how these are resources for you.
WHEN: 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
WHERE: IST Training Room 329
Grants Finance & Data Storage - Tuesday 15 September 2015
Meet the Grants Finance team and get an update on the new data storage working group.
WHEN: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
WHERE: International Room 5.34
South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) & Christmas drinks - Friday 11 December 2015
What is SAHMRI? What does research administration look like there?
WHEN: 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Missed a RAD network meeting? Want a copy of that fabulous PowerPoint presentation? Find copies of presentations, links to further information and contact details to our wonderful presenters.
RAD Network Meeting - 14 October 2015
Presentations provided by Mr Anthony Francis -
RAD Network Meeting – 15 September 2015
What a fantastic attendance to our RAD Meeting, and not surprising given the great topics we had on offer.
After a quick bite on some oh-so-yummy bakery fresh Danishes (seriously yum!) we settled in to listen to the engaging Yasmin Shaheem from Central Library with an introduction to ORCID. Yasmin provided an overview of what ORCID is, why it is a great resource, a little bit on a recent pilot program Flinders ran to test the waters and a snap shot look at how to access the ORCID sign in from the REPORTAL page. Have a look over Yasmine’s PowerPoint presentation where you will also find the ORCID sign up/sign in link. ORCID @ Flinders (PPT 4MB)
Next we meet some of the lovely Grants Finance team, that seemingly ubiquitous team who are integral to so much of the work our members do. Sue Willmott lead the charge with an overview of the team structure, their mission, roles, and a few new tips and tools for those who use the Finance System interface. Have a look at the presentation slides and if you have any questions I know that they would love to hear from you. Grants Finance presentation (PPTX 176KB)
Finally we finished with an update from the Chair of our Primary Data Management Working Group, Marja van Breda. Marja recapped on the composition of the Working Group and told the RAD members about the work they have undertaken so far in identifying key gaps in current process, highlighting some current strengths, focusing on collective needs and mapping out where the group is going from here with its current drafting of the guidelines. Primary Data Management Workgroup update (PPTX 69KB)
Stay tuned for some upcoming professional development training, special ARMS Conference review meeting and a lunch think tank to start looking at what we might like to consider for the 2016 RAD Network Program.
RAD Network Meeting - 30 September 2014
At the RAD Network meeting held 30 September 2014 we were fortunate to hear from two of our own RAD members about their presentations to the recent ARMS conference in Canberra.
Flinders University Researcher Mentoring Scheme
First of all Marina Delpin provided a summary of her presentation to the ARMS conference on Flinders University Researcher Mentoring Scheme. Due to the fact the Mentoring Program is a commercial scheme we will not be uploading the full PowerPoint presentation Marina delivered in order to respect IP rights, but the abstract from the ARMS 2014 Conference is copied below for your information.
If you would like to learn more about this please feel free to contact Dr Marina Delpin or visit the here.
The Flinders University Researcher Mentoring Scheme – an inclusive one-year program delivering high impact outcomes
Dr Marina W. Delpin
This presentation will provide information on the establishment of the Early Career Researcher (ECR) Mentoring Scheme at Flinders University and its aims and objectives. The scheme is open to all Flinders staff – including our Adelaide campuses, South Australian regional locations and interstate campuses, including the Northern Territory. I will outline the scheme’s structure and how other institutions could benefit from this type of program. With the scheme now in its third year, we are continuing to understand the changing needs and requirements of our ECRs, as well as our mentees’ successes directly stemming from the program. The nature of the one-on-one mentoring partnerships will be discussed as well as the benefits and outcomes reported by our ECR participants and their mentors.
Short & Sharp – Effective Communication
Following Marina we heard from Pam Smith. Pam presented to the ARMS Conference on the development, delivery and evolution of the highly successful “Short & Sharp” program run in the School of Nursing and Midwifery. These weekly 30 minute presentations have grown from Frequently Asked Question presentations to become dynamic and engaging forums that have attracted professional, research and post docs eagerly use to communicate to their colleagues. See the full PowerPoint presentation below and if you are inspired to begin something like this in your area then Pam or Wendy Green would be more than happy to chat with you about how they made this such a success.
RAD Network Meeting - 23 June 2014
At the RAD Network meeting held 23 June 2013 we were fortunate to hear from two wonderful presenters; Dr Peter Wigley provided our group with an overview on Ethics Integrity, and Ms Amanda Nixon presented on eResearch@Flinders. Copies of these presentations and links to further information and contact details are provided below.
While Peter provided an overview of Research Integrity in relation to the Australian Code for Responsible Conduct of Research he is also delivering the full presentations to the various schools. Both the overview and full presentation PowerPoint slides are included here for your information. The full presentations are being delivered across the schools as part of the regular seminar series so be sure to keep an eye out for when this is being presented at your school and go and listen to Peter’s wisdom in the detailed presentation.
While a research integrity webpage is still under development, you can still find ready and excellent support from your Faculty Research Integrity Advisor.
For further information on the Ethics team in the Research Office visit their website.
Amanda delivered a presentation on the computing, collaboration and visual tools available to Fllinders researchers through eResearch@Flinders. A copy of the PowerPoint that accompanied this presentation is provided here for your convenience.
For more information on the eResearch@Flinders tools and services, including details on upcoming events, visit the website.
Consultancies - the ins and outs (PDF 715KB) - Flinders Partners
Other resources available here.