News in the Heritage Sector in the UK and International.
Kit-Catalogue is an online system that facilitates effective cataloguing, recording and locating of kit at various education institutions including UCL.
A gentle reminder to all UCL Heritage users to update your equipment lists on UCL Kit-Catalogue. In particular, we are asking everyone to add the tag 'Heritage Science' to relevant equipment.
Staff and student researchers from all disciplines are invited to complete a short online survey to share their needs and the challenges they face when using IT in their research. The feedback gathered will help towards planning and delivery of better services and support; plus, there's a chance to win a £50 voucher when you complete the survey:
This survey is organised by the Research IT Services department; any questions should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
An exciting opportunity to use your skills and experience to champion ground-breaking projects that are leading the way in global development as a Newton Prize Reviewer.
All Newton Prize reviewers undertake peer reviews pro-bono, with the majority of the work taking place between March and July each year. If you have any questions please email and you can find out more about the Newton Prize here.