What is the Research Support System?
The Research Support System is a web-based information system, which incorporates an expertise database. The development of the Research Support System is directed by the Dean of Research. The System has been built in-house by M.I.S. (I.S. Services), and allows members of academic staff to input and update information on their academic interests and research expertise and publications. It is administered from within the Library.
What are the Benefits?
Maximise impact, save time! The Research Support System provides:
An important part of the Research Support System is the regular export of data to the Expertise Ireland portal (www.expertiseireland.com).
In cooperation with the Irish Universities' Association and the Higher Education Authority, the Irish Universities, Queen’s
University Belfast and University of Ulster are combining efforts, with
sponsorship from Inter-Trade Ireland, to provide an All-Island Portal
of Research Expertise to facilitate Industry, Business and Government
in accessing university expertise.
The Expertise Ireland portal was launched in July 2003. The first TCD
records appeared in the portal in April 2004.
Last Updated: 10-Sep-2007