Welcome to the PRIMIS blog, an informal way to keep you posted about our new and ongoing developments, projects and collaborations. Posts will feature voices from the PRIMIS community: our staff, University colleagues and friends from partner organisations, providing their take on what we’re currently working/collaborating on and what’s in the future for PRIMIS.
It’s not often that you get a chance to work with the best.
Having grown up building computers and programming games in BASIC on a BBC Micro, I press all the buttons in software to see what happens. Sometimes terrible things happen, sometimes wonderful, but each time I learn something about the way the software works, what is safe and what is not. When you really understand what a system can and can’t do, sometimes you also find the passion to both work within the system to optimise it and push the boundaries of what it is doing, as well as recognising that sometimes you just have to change the system itself.
Carry on reading...
Research and evaluation aren’t always the first things that are associated with PRIMIS, but we have a long and illustrious history in providing services for academics.
That wealth of experience, however, allows us to pass on our knowledge and skills with one recent example being the workshop held at the annual Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC) conference in Brighton this summer.
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