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Title: Research Information Management Practices at US Institutions
Authors: Bryant, Rebecca 
Fransen, Jan 
Keywords: research information management;current research information systems;institutional case studies;landscape analysis;OCLC;United States
Issue Date: 19-May-2021
Publisher: euroCRIS
Conference: Spring 2021 series of euroCRIS webinars 
"Research Information Management at US Institutions" is a research project led by euroCRIS Strategic Partner OCLC to explore in more depth the RIM practices and workflows at institutions based in the United States, The presentation provides an overview of the context and goes through a number of institutional use cases for several US universities whose RIM practices and systems have been analysed by the project. A generic RIM framework template is proposed describing the different research information exchange and processing tasks carried out by institutional systems, together with its practical application at some of the institutional case studies. Some recommendations arising from the project are summarised and a request for feedback is issued so that a conversation may take place to compare European and US American RIM practices. A report with the project findings will be published later this year.
63 slides.-- Presentation delivered within the third webinar in the Spring 2021 series, full programme available at
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