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2015 RAN Sessions

 

May 21, 2015 - Tri-Agency Monitoring Visit 2016

Topic:

As we prepare for the Spring 2016 Tri-Agency monitoring visit, OSR and RFMS will be providing an update on where the University stands vis-à-vis Tri-Agency compliance requirements, the accomplishments to date and the work-in-progress.  All those involved in administration of Tri-Agency grants are strongly encouraged to attend!

Material Presented:

RAN Jeopardy

Back by popular demand!

In December 2013, the Research Administration Network held a special event to celebrate the holiday season and the end of the first year of the RAN. Teams played a game of Jeopardy consisting of subject matter covered over the course of the year.

To allow others to consult the presentation and test their knowledge, RAN has developed an interactive game.

2014 RAN Sessions

January 24, 2014 - New Tools for 2014

Topic:

In follow up to the 2013 session on New Tools, presenters will provide an overview of the new tools that are being implemented for 2014.

Material Presented:

Presentation - January 24, 2014

Video recording - January 24, 2014

Research Administration Cheat Sheets

Research Administration Network will continue to develop cheat sheets on subjects related to research administration. Continue to check this website as more cheat sheets will be added in the coming months.

Frequently Asked Questions

This section is intended to provide answers to frequently asked questions received in the day-to-day conduct of research administration. It will also be used for questions raised during the RAN sessions.

2013 RAN Sessions

 

January 18, 2013 - Introduction to the RAN

Topic:

Overview of the recently implemented Roles and Responsibilities document.  Overview of both OSR and RFMS (activities and responsibilities of each unit).

Material Presented:

PowerPoint Presentation - Introduction to the RAN

Research Administration Toolbox

RAN aims to provide the tools and resources to foster the professional development of McGill staff by improved understanding of the policies and processes involved in day-to-day research administration activities.