Anonymised results of the 2022 University of Edinburgh Research Culture Survey. Research active institutions can be considered as having a “research culture”, which helps frame the expectations and actions of members of their research communities. Some aspects of some research cultures may be detrimental to researcher productivity and to their liver experience of research. Institutional efforts to improve research cultures are important, but would require some ability to assess the features of an existing research culture, and to track changes over time. The questions deployed have in some cases been changed from the 2020 survey (also available in Datashare); and the Question ids provided in the data dictionary are consistent: although the question numbering in the question text descriptor may be different.
|Date made available||3 Jul 2023|
|Temporal coverage||2022 - 2022|
|Geographical coverage||UNITED KINGDOM,UK|