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The Productive Scholar: Pivot: Collaboration and Funding Connected

Topic: Pivot: Collaboration and Funding ConnectedPivot-Logo1
Speaker: Kyle Burkhardt, ERA Manager (ORPA, Office of the Dean of Research)

Time: Thursday, October 2, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Location: New Media Center, 130 Lewis Library, First Floor

To learn more about Pivot, check out the Pivot at a Glance Guide and the Finding Funding section of the ORPA (Office of Research and Project Administration). Additionally, members of the Princeton University community can contact Kyle Burkhardt directly with their questions.

Are you a Princeton student, faculty member or researcher looking for funding or collaboration opportunities?  Are you a staff member who helps others look for funding?   Do you want weekly email alerts of new opportunities matching your research interests?   Then come to the Pivot demo!  Learn how to sign up for a Pivot account, how to search and track opps, how to refine and save searches, and how to get opps in your inbox.

Kyle Burkhardt is the ERA Manager in the Office of Research and Project Administration (ORPA) at Princeton University. She is a software tester, documentation writer, and trainer for two software applications used by the University for Sponsored Research:  Coeus for proposal tracking and PS Grants for award/subaward tracking. Kyle also gives demos on how to use Pivot to find funding opportunities, and manages the University Research Board (URB) proposal reader process.

Free Site Where Students and Faculty Can Collaborate

enter_the_group_logoI recently came across a site called Enter The Group. It’s a free site that allows you to create private or public classroom webpages that have great features for students and faculty in regards to project management and collaboration. What’s cool about Enter The Group is that you can upload assignments, use a blog, create discussion boards, add events on a classroom calendar, conduct polls, and you can sign in using a Google account or Facebook. Continue reading