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CeR Annual Report 2020.pdf

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posted on 2021-07-20, 21:11 authored by Jenny Lee RoperJenny Lee Roper, Mark GaheganMark Gahegan, Yvette WhartonYvette Wharton, Laura ArmstrongLaura Armstrong, Martin FellerMartin Feller, Cameron McLeanCameron McLean, Sina Masoud-AnsariSina Masoud-Ansari, Nick YoungNick Young, Marcus GustafssonMarcus Gustafsson
2020 was, as we all know, a year of disruption. We
instructed all staff to work from home a few days before
the first lockdown was declared, so we were set up and
ready to go with our own remote working from the outset.
During those first few weeks of lockdown, hundreds of
researchers found themselves unable to access their data,
labs and computers. We moved into triage mode and began
offering daily drop-in sessions and workshops to researchers
(over zoom) to help with moving files, accessing remote
computational resources and navigating the University's
VPN client. We experienced very high demand during this
time, and kept the daily drop-in sessions going for an entire
month whilst the University's researchers adjusted to the
new normal of working from home.



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