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UTC Best Practices for RIP and TRID. CUTC June 2013 Lisa Loyo Manager, Information Services [email protected] Overview. • What is RIP • UTCs use of RIP • What is TRID • When to use TRID? • A few last items. What is Research in Progress (RIP)?.

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Utc best practices for rip and trid

UTC Best Practices for RIP and TRID

CUTC

June 2013

Lisa Loyo

Manager, Information Services

[email protected]


Overview

Overview

  • • What is RIP

  • • UTCs use of RIP

  • • What is TRID

  • • When to use TRID?

  • • A few last items


What is research in progress rip

What is Research in Progress (RIP)?

  • RIP is a clearing house for DOTs, UTCs and others to enter and maintain their research projects.

  • RIP exists to inform researchers of current projects so as not to duplicate research

  • A second goal is to connect researchers

    • Entering contact information


Utcs use of rip

UTCs use of RIP

  • UTCs enter, update and remove their projects in RIP. Nothing is done to a project record in TRID

  • UTCs receive only one login for their institution

  • Head UTC for a consortium enters and maintains consortium project records; head UTCs receive two logins

  • Generic e-mail addresses are preferred for login credentials

  • A goal of RIP is to identify research, leaving a completed record in RIP until the final report is in TRID ensures that there is not a gap in availability


What is the trid database

What is the TRID Database

  • TRID is a database that contains records of completed, published research, monographs and journals (not projects)

  • Materials in TRID are indexed by professional indexers who work for TRIS or are from ITRD or ATRI databases

  • The project records in TRID (noted with PROJECT) are copies of the RIP Database records and are not part of the TRID Database


When to use trid

When to use TRID?

  • UTCs submit electronic files or links to final, published research reports to TRID; no projects should be submitted to TRID

  • To submit a final research report, email the file or link to [email protected]


And last

And Last…

  • DOT records are available in RIP immediately; UTC records are reviewed by a professional indexer before they are available in RIP

  • DOT/UTC records for the same project are combined into one record; a DOT will own the record but it is identified as belonging to both the DOT and the UTC

  • Acceptance of research reports for TRID

  • Training session for RIP will be held in early to mid - August


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