Using our new IRSPM membership platform, IRSMPM members get direct online access to articles in Public Management Review, a 20 percent discount on books related to public management published by Routledge as well as access to IRSPM's international network of researchers. Using the platform, members can also share updates/information within the IRSPM community and start a blog/discussion on a public management research topic/issue. The user guide below is designed to provide more detail information regarding the functionalities of the membership platform. If you have any questions, please contact our Membership Development Secretary Siobhan O'Sullivan at email@example.com.
Once logged in you can see your membership page. Here you can share updates within the IRSPM community, see others’ updates and blogs, and all IRSPM social media updates. By clicking the icons just above the newsfeed you can sort these updates to only show internal IRSPM updates, blogs, facebook, or twitter. To the right of the newsfeed you can see featured blogs, if your IRSPM member profile is complete, and a list of most recent members.
Click on Members in the navigation menu. Here you can select if you want to search for members by the address book or the map
The address book view automatically sorts members by their first name. You can click on a member name to see their profile.
If you click Advanced to the right of the search field, advanced search options show. Here you can search based on location, institution, skills, and interests.
In the map view you see all IRSPM’s members on a map. You can zoom using the buttons to the left, and you can apply the advanced search filters here too.
By clicking on Blogs in the navigation menu you can select between reading the Latest blogs, and My (i.e., your own) Blog.
In Latest blogs you can see all the IRSPM blogs, and Editors’ Picks. You can search for blogs based on author, title, and tags.
In My Blog you can see your previous blogs, share them on social media, and chose to write a new blog by clicking New.
The screen for writing a blog lets you change the format of the text, and integrate pictures, links, and YouTube clips.
Clicking Public Management Review in the navigation menu takes you to this screen where you can access Public Management Review online.
Clicking "Routledge Discount" in the navigation menu takes you to the IRSPM landing page on the Routledge website where you can place your orders.
By clicking Feedback in the navigation menu this box will show and you are able to give feedback on the IRSPM member community that will go straight to its administrators.
By clicking My Account you can choose to access My Profile, Settings, and logout.
In My Profile you can tell other members of IRSPM about yourself by adding a short biography, skills, interests, positions, and locations. You will get suggested other members whose interests match yours based on this.
In settings you can save your cards to pay your membership fees, edit your privacy settings, and change your password.