What do you think of the Research Support Hub?

Six months have passed since we officially ‘launched’ the Research Support Hub in October 2012.  In that time the Hub has:

  • published over 270 items on topics of interest to Northampton researchers
  • publicised more than 100 training sessions and events
  • shared over 175 funding opportunities
  • applied over 250 different tags to describe and group this information in a meaningful way
  • been viewed over 11,000 times by readers from more than 100 countries
  • moved to the first result (out of 111 million) on a Google search for Research Support Hub

But how has it been for you?

Do you find the Hub useful?  Are we writing about matters that interest you? Would you like to see more of some topics, or less of others?

After six months it is timely that we review the use of the Research Support Hub and ask our readers what they really, really want.  To this end, please feel free to write a comment about this article, or contact one of the contributors directly.

All ideas will be gratefully received.

Posted on April 22, 2013, in Support and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I subscribe to the Hub’s RSS feed and am often very interested in the posts – the funding opportunities posts are particularly welcome. Kudos to you.


  2. Rachel Maunder

    I agree. It helps to keep research and funding in my radar as it often gets pushed out by other priorities. Having regular e-mails and posts popping into my inbox is very useful.


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