Funding agencies require that all research complies with the highest ethical principles, and BOF/IOF-funding is no exception. For this reason, every research proposal has to be accompanied by an ‘ethics questionnaire’, which is also known as an ‘ethics self-assessment’. In this questionnaire, researchers are asked to state whether ethical issues apply to their proposal (just [...]
In April 2021 the RDM team of UGent organises a series of 3 sessions on data storage. The first one focuses on the Project Shares, a storage platform provided by DICT. Two other sessions cover version control, each on a different platform; GitHub and Sharepoint/Onedrive. The number of participants is restricted, so please register through the links below [...]
You are familiar with Horizon Europe draft workprogrammes, yet the topics don't match your research subjects? This webinar shows you the precess of writing work programmes, how you can provide input on the work programmes and how the Ghent University Representatives and the EU-Team can help you in this process. -> More info
Ghent University’s research information system - GISMO has until now contained data on entities such as people, organisations, projects, and publications. However, there are many more entities that are part of the research domain. Just think of research infrastructure, datasets, patents, methodology, etc. - All information that GISMO wants to preserve at some point and [...]
BrowZine provides an easy-to-use way to browse magazine content tables with direct links to the PDF. (browser-based or tablet/smartphone-based) About 10,000 journals are offered online in this way within the Ghent University network. This means that everyone can browse through the content tables of magazines from BrowZine in the Ghent University collection online via https://browzine.com/libraries/2161/subjects [...]
The end of the corona crisis is not yet in sight. We are currently living through a second wave of infections and deaths. At Ghent University we are currently again working from home for all teleworkable tasks and organising our teaching in code red. Up-to-date information on the policy and university guidelines can be found [...]
All study and work locations, Study-OO's and libraries will remain closed until Monday 30 November. Ghent University does make study and work locations available to students who do not have suitable space at home to study or to follow online classes. Students who wish to use one of these locations can send a motivated request [...]
The KCGG will be closed from Thursday 29/10 until Wednesday 11/11. Due to the recent COVID measures only online educational activities may be organized. All study and work places, Study-OO's and libraries are closed during the same period.
Ghent University will switch to code red on October 26th. (News item) The Knowledge Centre will remain open and our (online) services will be maintained. You are therefore always welcome for a place to study after reserving a time block.
Since January 2019, GISMO has a web module in which you, as a researcher, get an overview of your projects. The module also allows you to easily supplement or improve the mandatory metadata (e.g. title, abstract, discipline codes and keywords) via the electronic project form. This is a first version of the project form, we [...]