Improved dashboard in Research Data Manager

From 10 April, UQ researchers have access to the improved dashboard in the Research Data Manager (RDM) system. This dashboard makes managing your project and associated data easier. 

The RDM helps you manage your research data in line with legal, ethical and funder requirements.

Video overview

Watch the UQ Research Data Manager Enhancement Update (YouTube, 1m31s):

Information at a glance

The enhanced dashboard provides an overview of your records and collaborators.

Useful profile information

Your personal profile displays information about all your records, collaborators and amount of storage used at a glance. 

Screenshot of RDM's Dashboard Homepage
View profile information in the dashboard including your records, storage and collaborators. 

Work on active records more easily

Screenshot of RDM's 'Active record' page
Add collaborators, re-send collaboration invitations, send direct messages and view record history and changes from within a record.

Add collaborators 

It is now easier to add collaborators to your project and re-send invitations as needed.

Send direct messages

Use the messaging service to communicate with your collaborators from within the system. This is helpful when you are working with the same records.

View changes to records

All project collaborators can view the history of, and changes to, project records. This is a useful transparency measure. 

Navigate your records with less scrolling

Update your project metadata more easily, as your project progresses through the research lifecycle, with the streamlined My records.

Screenshot of RDM's 'Project Information' tab
Update project information quickly using the streamlined My records page.

Get more information

For further information on RDM or data management:

Tell us what you think

We have developed this enhancement with feedback from UQ researchers and would like to hear how it is working for you. Send us feedback by emailing data@library.uq.edu.au.

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Last updated:
16 April 2019