Each post on this blog is categorised by the domains and sub-domains of the RDF, and tagged according to the descriptors (and other useful keywords). So it’s probably about time I introduced the RDF to put this more in context.
Put simply, the Researcher Development Framework, or RDF, is a professional development framework for researchers. It captures the knowledge, skills, behaviours, and attributes of successful researchers and allows researchers at all stages of their career to map their current level of performance against a professional standard with a view to ensuring they can reach their full potential as researchers. Continue reading “Introducing the RDF”