A project in ResearchNow is a container for research activities that can be published to the public ResearchNow Portal. This enables you to promote your work.
When creating a project, you can choose to add information such as title, description, layman’s description, and key findings. Research outputs and awarded grants can then be linked to the project. Linking an award to a project will automatically make it visible on the ResearchNow Portal, unless you choose to supress it, or components of it such as the funder, or awarded amount.
(The amount awarded is the total award value, not just the Flinders portion for collaborative grants.)
A project must be submitted to your College Dean of Research for review and approval, as it represents the university on a public website (the ResearchNow Portal). If the Dean of Research approves the project for publishing, the project becomes visible on your researcher profile on the ResearchNow Portal.