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VeRSI are required to produce a report for our funders, DBI, each year. The annual report includes the audited financial reports from Melbourne and Monash Universities, the recipients of the VeRSI funds.
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The VeRSI Codex is a summary of all of our activities and the principles of VeRSI, a great starting place to learn about us.
VeRSI produces a range of white papers that detail our learnings from our experiences. Please contact us for further information or to provide feedback.
- What is eResearch in the Humanities? [2.3MB] - Dr Craig Bellamy (VeRSI)
- Data and Digital Archives [4.2MB] - Dr Lyle Winton (VeRSI)
- Raising awareness and increasing the uptake of eResearch [3.7MB] - Gaby Bright & Lyle Winton (VeRSI)
- What human factors influence biomedical researchers' choices about whether, when and how to use eCollaboration tools in their projects? [5.5MB] - Gaby Bright (VeRSI), Dr Kathleen Gray and Ms Ardis Cheng (University of Melbourne)
VeRSI produces a range of technical notes, white papers and other documents that detail the learnings from our experiences. Please contact the relevant authors (see below) for further information or to provide feedback.
- UroShare TechNote - data sharing architecture [1.6MB] - Richard Rothwell, Senior Software Engineer
- RDF Export to RIF-CS - an architecture summary of an ANDS funded activity [1.9MB] - Richard Rothwell, Senior Software Engineer
These case studies are introductions of a technology or technical solution for research. They present the technology in the context of a research story, based on our work with our research collaborators.
The number of case studies will grow over the next twelve months, so check back for the latest version.
- Virtual organisations for climate change research 800kB
- Digital data management for neuroimaging research 300kB