UNIWeb is an academic research network with CV management. It is a central repository for a researcher’s academic history. UNIWeb is a tool that gives researchers the ability to collaborate with colleagues in secure and private networks, streamline funding applications with Canadian Common CV (CCV) syncing capabilities, and manage and track the outputs of research groups and projects.
Consultations on purchasing grant funded computing equipment and procurement of equipment. Advice can be provided on available shared digital research infrastructure (i.e. core facilities, data sets, etc.) and software licenses.
Specialized technical support for faculty researchers in a research environment including software install, equipment configuration and deployment, and generalized support for technical issues.
Assistance in developing hardware, software, and workflow solutions to support research outcomes.
When all funding documentation and compliance requirements are in place, the Office of Research Services will open a research account, or Project Grant (PG), on your behalf.
Workday is UBC’s core enterprise system. Workday is where you can view your T4, manage your vacation days, submit reimbursement expenses, etc.
Consultation service on the application process for all facilities that involve biohazardous materials. Applications are to be reviewed and approved by the UBC Biosafety Committee prior to the start of the research project.
Research Information Services (RISe) is an online research administration tool that allows researchers to interact with their research teams, administrators, and reviewers. RISe also allows researchers to submit and access their ethics applications.
Supports the completion of mandatory Conflict of Interest (COI)/Conflict of Commitment (COC) declarations, which must be completed by all faculty and principal investigators annually or when appointments or circumstances change substantially.
Supports the process of obtaining required BREB (behavioural research ethics board) review and approval for any research involving human subjects. Researchers will be able to access ethics applications through the Researcher Information Services (RISe) website.