Topic

Dashboards Project

Who is this for?

The research & innovation dashboards enable self-service data analysis for data-informed decision-making across the University of Toronto (U of T). This content is for U of T divisional research offices, and those in the following roles.

  • Principals, Deans, Academic Directors, and Chairs
  • Research or Financial Administrators

What do I need before I can begin?

For access to our research & innovation dashboards, please complete and submit the Dashboards Access Request Form.

Overview

The Division of the Vice-President, Research & Innovation (VPRI) is working on an exciting and ambitious initiative to deliver interactive and insightful data analytics dashboards to the U of T community.

The VPRI is partnering with U of T’s Enterprise Applications and Solutions Integration (EASI) team, and collaborating extensively with all U of T divisions. The research and innovation dashboards mark a fundamental change in how data and systems have been delivered in the past.

For information on the project, including how to join our Functional User Group of representatives from across U of T who are driving this process, please reach out to  the Senior Research Information Analyst listed in the VPRI Contact section below.

For authorized users, please log into the research & innovation dashboards.

To request access, please complete and submit the Dashboards Access Request Form.

Forms & Downloads

VPRI Role

  • Lead project via the Project Manager
  • Gather and prioritize user stories (requirements) from across U of T
  • Facilitate the Functional User Group process
  • Develop dashboards and integrate all data
  • Test and roll-out dashboards
  • Provide training and ongoing support to U of T community

VPRI Contact

Staff

Wei Xiong

Senior Research Information Analyst
Office of the Vice-President, Research & Innovation (OVPRI)
(416) 978-4470

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