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Title: From a national CRIS along the road to Green Open Access – and back again: Building infrastructure from CRIStin to Institutional Repositories in Norway
Authors: Wenaas, Lars 
Karlstrøm, Nina 
Vatnan, Tore 
Keywords: open access;institutional repositories;current research information systems;CRIS/IR interoperability;CRIStin
Issue Date: 9-Jun-2012
Publisher: euroCRIS
Source: Keith G. Jeffery, Jan Dvořák (eds.), "e-Infrastructures for Research and Innovation Linking Information Systems to Improve Scientific Knowledge Production": Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (2012), p. 289-294
Series/Report no.: CRIS2012: 11th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (Prague, June 6-9, 2012)
Conference: CRIS2012 Conference 
In Norway the institutional repositories are seen as the most important piece of the Open Access infrastructure puzzle. The Norwegian national CRIS is the single point of entry for all Norwegian research, and this can be used to increase the number of Open Access publications in the institutional repositories. The CRIS is used as a delivering-portal for full-text, and there is a great potential in identifying the large portion of Norwegian research results that are candidates for self-archiving, but for some reason do not end up in the repositories today. The infrastructure is strengthened through three steps; building an easy route for data from the CRIS to the repositories, identify the portion of candidates for self-archiving, and finally, distribute the content of the repositories to the rest of the world.
Presented at the CRIS2012 Conference in Prague.-- 6 pages.-- Full conference programme available at:
ISBN: 978-80-86742-33-5
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