The UQRDM system currently uses the persistent identifers ORCID – Open Researcher and Contributor ID, and RAiD – Researcher Activity Identifier. Your ORCID ID will only display in your RDM project records if you have linked your ORCID through UQ eSpace. For more information on how to get an ORCID ID, please see the registering and linking your ORCID to eSpace page.
Yes, UQRDM has now been integrated with the grants system (as at December, 2018), and it also links to the animal and human ethics system. As of June 1st, 2019 researchers can also request Digital Research Notebooks via UQRDM. See the DRN guide for more information
UQRDM is now integrated with UQ eSpace, the institutional repository. If you would like to publish and share a dataset (either to meet a funder or journal requirement) please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.