Communicating research in the digital age: RIN annual review

Added by Sarah on 04 June 2009 18:17

The RIN has produced it’s first annual review, covering our project work and other activities during 2008, and giving you a preview of our work for 2009.

The RIN supports the development of effective information strategies and practices for the UK?s research community. Through conducting research, providing guidance and promoting innovation, we aim to meet the needs of researchers, institutions, funders, information professionals and everyone who plays a role in the research information landscape.

The theme of responding and adapting to opportunities presented by the internet and new technologies runs through many of the projects that we completed in 2008. These are exciting times for those with a stake in the research information landscape. We need to be ready to embrace these opportunities and prepared to address challenges and issues that arise. Providing advice and guidance to the research community continues to be a major part of our work.

You can download ‘Communicating research in a digital age’ from the Who we are page.

As with all of our work, we welcome your feedback and suggestions.

If you’d like hard copies to distribute to colleagues, email

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