Module 5.1: Research Information and Reporting - 18 June 2024

11:00am Tuesday, 18 June 2024
2:30pm Tuesday, 18 June 2024
Module - online meeting

Time listed as AEST (April to September) or AEDT (October to March)

The purpose of this module is to give research management professionals insight into the current and evolving practices of research information management.

Applicable to a wide range of research management professionals, areas covered in this module include the national and institutional contexts which drive the requirements to collect, process, manage and analyse research information. It examines the theory behind, and basic principles of, relational database systems and the management of research information systems, and provides an understanding of reporting requirements and the principles of evidence-based policy.

In addition, the module gives an introduction to research performance indicators and research drivers in the context of research evaluation and assessment, including research impact.

Key learning outcomes:

After completing this module, research management professionals will be able to demonstrate familiarity with:

  • The concept of keys in a relational database system;
  • The reason we store data and how we determine what is important and necessary to store;
  • The common terms used in the different realms of research information management;
  • An understanding of the key role research data and the analysis of data plays in performance and reputational management of both individuals and institutions; and
  • The relationship between research ‘success’ and research reputation and how those form the paradigm for institutional performance and growth.

Who should attend?

This module is suitable for those who are new to the research management profession, those who have specialised in one area of research management and wish to broaden their knowledge and/or those who are experienced research management professionalss but wish to refresh their knowledge in a specific topic area.

This module is suitable for research management professionals with limited or no previous experience working in organisations involved in research, including those from:

  • Research agencies and institutes;
  • Medical research institutes;
  • Research and development corporations;
  • Research centres;
  • Government departments;
  • Funding bodies;
  • Industrial research and development teams;
  • Service providers;
  • Commercialisation bodies; and
  • Consultancies.

This is an elective module for individuals completing the ARMS Foundation Level Accreditation Program in all regions. Each module can also be taken as a stand-alone unit for professional development purposes.


Ms Michelle Duryea


Zoom Meeting


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Non-Member: $505 AUD (GST inclusive)


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Event Emails and Pre-reading:

  • You will receive a confirmation of registration email upon successful registration for this workshop. Pending payments may delay the email being sent. Please contact the ARMS Accreditation and Member Engagement Coordinator if you require assistance.
  • The link to the Body of Knowledge (pre-reading), any other relevant study materials, and the Zoom link will be sent approximateley four (4 weeks) prior to the delivery date of the module.

We strongly recommend you test your ability to connect to Zoom prior to the first session.

If you have any questions, please contact the ARMS Accreditation and Member Engagement Coordinator or +61 8 8201 5592.


Should your circumstances change, and you are unable to attend this workshop, you must contact by no later than 10 working days prior to the commencement of the scheduled event. ARMS will refund the full registration fee minus any administrative fees.

Should you cancel less than 10 working days prior to the commencement of this workshop, no refund will be payable but instead you may wish to send a proxy.

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