The knowledge provider is invited to insert two types of articles:
- A project article that aims at describing the smart grid project and
- Knowledge articles that aim at describing specific outputs of this project.
Once a project article has been inputted, there is no limitation regarding the number of related knowledge articles. This means that several research outputs stemming from the same project can be provided and edited on line via GridInnovation-on-line.
All articles are structured in the same way in UK English. The backbone of any article remains unchangeable and systematically contains a list of paramount information. Each article entry requires therefore:
- a title stating in a short sentence (i.e. roughly ten words) the topic of the article, including the name of the project;
- an abstract describing in approximately 50 words the context and outputs of the article;
- a list of tags (select major tags via the scrolling menus and highlight within the article the additional keywords you may find relevant to be included as new tags);
- a detailed description made up of approximately 1000 words; and
- an access to download related documents (e.g. deliverable, reports, publications, etc.) if desired.
In order to support the edition of an article, a series of scrolling menus (proposing the tags to be associated to the article) as well as free-entry words areas are proposed.