Survey report: ICT in the Research Workflow
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An understanding of researcher requirements is vital for any institution that conducts and supports research. As part of Curtin University’s ongoing efforts to improve our understanding of how researchers use Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in research, the CITS eResearch Support team recently surveyed Curtin’s research community. The survey was run in conjunction with Curtin University’s Office of Research and Development to maximise its reach. Over a quarter of active researchers completed the survey.
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