Research management is increasingly being digitally transformed, with new online methods shaping the future of our work. This session will examine what digital transformation is and how it manifests in the University of Stirling. The session will also cover how digital methods allow for effective and efficient internal collaboration, with examination of the barriers and benefits such digital transformation has on collaborating. With particular attention to increasing collaboration with overseas partners, the session will also explore how digital transformations play into international collaborations with consideration for how digital technology and techniques are engaged with by partners in international collaborations and what problems can it pose? Our Digital Transformation includes using tools such as twitter, blogging, enhanced web, hardware and online sharing to drive change through disruptive innovation and improve our service delivery.
From the sharing of best practice, participants will be empowered to enhance the digitisation of their service offering; identify ways in which to enhance engagement of new technologies and their implementation and explore, with colleagues, the barriers currently being experienced through international collaborations.
|Time||14:00 - 15:15|
|Date||Tuesday 5th June, 2018|
|Theme||Future Shape of Work|
Dr Fiona Millar - Research Development Officer, University of Stirling
Lauren Wilson - Research Systems Manager, University of Stirling