Webinar: Accelerating Institutional Research Efforts

IEEE DataPort was created to support this growing need for publishing research data to support research reproducibility. A 2020 IEEE survey found that research data publication rose by more than 220% over a 5-year time span. Correspondingly, more early- to mid-career researchers began seeking tools that enable them to support their research, increase exposure, and meet funding agency requirements.

Watch this webinar to learn about improving data management, research reproducibility, and researcher collaboration for institutional organizations. 

In this webinar, the speakers will cover topics such as the following:

  • New models emerging for research computing

  • Significant survey findings of current research practices

  • Key IEEE DataPort benefits to institutions

  • How to use IEEE DataPort (platform demo)


  • Melissa Handa, Senior Program Director at IEEE

  • Forough Ghahramani, EdD, Associate VP for Research, Innovation and Sponsored Programs at Edge

Melissa will cover how your organization can:

  • Build data management infrastructure without large-scale investments

  • Efficiently store, share, access, and manage research data

  • Consolidate your research data in one trusted location

  • Gain global exposure for your institutional research

  • Support Open Access data initiatives and meet funding requirements

  • Establish private and open datasets for research collaborations

  • Track organizational usage through a custom dashboard

This webinar was hosted in conjunction with Edge, a nonprofit technology partner for education, government, and healthcare organizations. The consortium of academic and research institutions is based in New Jersey, serving as the premier regional source of networking, cyberinfrastructure, cloud, technology solutions, and services to advance research, education, and economic development.

Contact dataport@ieee.org to learn more about IEEE DataPort for Institutional Research or inquire about Institutional Subscriptions using the form on this page

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