Welcome to the euroCRIS DSpace CRIS digital repository

The euroCRIS DSpace CRIS is the digital portal where outputs from all euroCRIS discussion and dissemination activities are stored and offered in free access form. These include among others euroCRIS: membership meetings, strategic seminars and CRIS Conferences, together with the outputs of different euroCRIS Task Group activities.

The underlying open source DSpace CRIS platform combines the agile open access content management provided by DSpace with additional CERIF-compliant CRIS features (CRIS:Current Research Information System) built on top.

Research outputs

SMM Warsaw presentations available

The presentations delivered at the Nov 26-28, 2018 euroCRIS Strategic Membership Meeting in Warsaw are gradually being made available in a specific collection within the repository.

CRIS presentation at the 3rd International Colloquium on Open Access in the Maghreb countries

The conference paper "Text data mining and data quality management for research information systems in the context of open data and open science" presented by Otmane Azeroual, Gunter Saake, Mohammad Abuosba and Joachim Schöpfel at the 3rd International Colloquium on Open Access in the Maghreb countries (ICOA2018) held Nov 28-30 in Rabat has been stored in the repository.

An update on the CRIS2018 Proceedings

The process for the publication of the CRIS2018 contributions selected for its inclusion in the special issue of Procedia Computer Science devoted to the conference held last June in Umeå keeps progressing: a first round of comments has now been issued by the editor of the issue and replied to by the programme committee.

Preliminary findings from the OCLC/euroCRIS Survey of RIM Practices

The slides delivered by Rebecca Bryant (OCLC Research) at the 24th Annual EARMA Conference in Brussels are already available. More presentations for the findings of the OCLC/euroCRIS survey will follow (including at the CRIS2018 conference), and a full report will eventually be produced and published by OCLC.