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e-Research

e-Research is the application of information and communication technology to research. In the UK it is called e-science and in the US it is called cyber-infrastructure.

e-Research support at the University of Canberra is guided by the e-Research Strategy and overseen by the the e-Research Committee, which reports to the University Research Committee. e-Research support is provided, predominantly, through the University's membership of Intersect Australia.

For more information and to access the e-Research services the Research Services Office provides, staff and students will need to login MyUC Staff portal.

Intersect is a not-for-profit company, owned by its member institutions — the universities in NSW and the University of Canberra — that provides e-Research services, infrastructure and advice. An Intersect e-Research Analyst is based at the University of Canberra. A key aspect of the e-Research Analyst's role is to help researchers access Intersect services and services provided by the national e-Research organisations, such as ANDS, NeCTAR, and the AAF. More information can be found on the Intersect website.


For more information and to access the e-Research services the Research Services Office provides, staff and students will need to log into the MyUC Staff portal.