Haplo has been selected as one of the key repository providers in an ambitious two year Jisc project to develop Research Data Management services for universities.
Miles Wiley, Doctoral College Manager at the University of Brighton presented his experiences using PhD Manager at a recent meeting of the Academic Registrar’s Council.
UKCGE have launched a new Graduate School Managers Network, sponsored by PhD Manager. We’re looking forward to working with the network to support and highlight the work performed by Graduate School Managers.
Launching an open source research management platform for universities.
Haplo Research Manager, incorporating PhD Manager, launched in December 2015, providing universities with a streamlined solution for managing research funding, ethics, graduate schools and their repository in one integrated system.
Haplo is an open source platform, providing universities with the reassurance of no long-term tie-in and the flexibility to develop their own functionality for the platform.
The University of Westminster are kindly hosting an event to demonstrate Haplo Research Manager.
“We have been using Haplo Research Manager for the past two years which helps us manage our research funding, research ethics, graduate school, research data & outputs, and academic web profiles. It’s been a very successful initiative, with significant engagement from our researchers.”
Suzanne Enright, Registrar, University of Westminster
We’re looking for talented developers to join our team. Tom Renner has been working in the team for one year. Here he shares a typical week at Haplo:
“Most of my week is spent writing code, with minimal distractions. We have a quiet office and sociable lunches, which gives me plenty of focussed time to concentrate on code.
PhD Manager is the latest product to be built on the Haplo platform. PhD Manager elegantly solves the administrative headaches for Universities managing their Doctoral Researcher or PhD programmes.
We enjoyed presenting at the Internet Librarian International conference in London, October 2014 with Suzanne Enright, Director of Information Services at the University of Westminster.
The University of Westminster chose Haplo as their technology partners to build a Virtual Research Environment. Internet Librarian International was a great opportunity to share the project with a wider audience.
For the past few months we’ve had the pleasure of working with the University of Westminster on the development of their ‘Virtual Research Environment.’ The project was presented at the UKSG conference in Harrogate, April 2014.