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Title: Progress in the implementation of OpenAIRE CERIF-XML Guidelines
Authors: Czerniak, Andreas 
Keywords: current research information systems;system interoperability;information exchange;CERIF-XML;OpenAIRE;DRIS
Issue Date: 26-Nov-2020
Publisher: euroCRIS
Series/Report no.: 2020 euroCRIS series of webinars; 4.1
Conference: 2020 euroCRIS series of webinars 
Abstract: 
One of the main areas of activity of euroCRIS in recent times has been the promotion of the implementation of the OpenAIRE CERIF-XML Guidelines for CRIS Managers under the MoU signed between euroCRIS and the OpenAIRE legal entity back in May 2019. The OpenAIRE-funded METIS2OpenAIRE project resulted in the production of a number of case studies for institutional CRIS metadata harvesting and aggregation by OpenAIRE. While the number of OpenAIRE-compliant CRISs continues to grow, it’s still a limited amount of them and further dissemination is required to ensure a more widespread adoption of this system interoperability standard. This webinar will offer an opportunity for the OpenAIRE Advance team at the University of Bielefeld to deliver an update on the progress of the work to turn CRIS systems into certified data providers for OpenAIRE and thus to make their research output ready for the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).
Description: 
22 slides.-- First presentation (of two) delivered within the fourth webinar devoted to Advanced CRIS Interoperability in the 2020 euroCRIS series of webinars, https://eurocris.org/first-eurocris-series-webinars.

Session recording available at https://youtu.be/GfsPAoIj_2U
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11366/1660
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