Survey on database use by researchers

Patrick McCann
Thursday 18 February 2016

The team behind the Online Research Database Service (ORDS) at the University of Oxford are running a short survey on behalf of Jisc, looking at how researchers choose and use databases to manage research data:

If you are a researcher who organizes data in databases, please spare a few minutes to complete our survey on the use of databases for research.
The survey will inform Jisc decisions regarding the provision of a national database service developed from the ‘Online Research Database Service’ (ORDS) created by staff at the University of Oxford. The survey is anonymous and shouldn’t take more than five minutes to complete.

The survey officially closes on 4th March, and results will be open to the community in due course.

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