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|Title:||Research data meets research information management: Two case studies using (a) Pure CERIF-CRIS and (b) EPrints repository platform with CERIF extensions||Authors:||Clements, Anna
|Keywords:||research information management;research data management;CRIS/IR interoperability;institutional repositories||Issue Date:||13-May-2014||Publisher:||euroCRIS||Source:||"Managing Data-Intensive Science: the Role of Research Information Systems in Realising the Digital Agenda": Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (2014)
Procedia Computer Science 33: 199-206 (2014)
|Series/Report no.:||CRIS2014: 12th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (Rome, May 13-15, 2014)||Conference:||CRIS2014 Conference||Abstract:||
This paper will describe how two research-intensive universities in the UK, St Andrews and Glasgow, have worked together over
several years and projects to develop their institutional research management systems to deliver services to support the rapidly
evolving needs of funders, institutional policy makers and management, and, importantly, the researchers themselves. This
challenge is particularly acute at the moment with ‘Open Science’ one of the hottest topics around with organisations and funders from the G8 downwards stressing the importance of open data in driving everything from global innovation through to more accountable governance; not to mention the more direct possibility that non-compliance could result in research grant income drying up. There is a need to work with those researchers that need support to develop research data management processes and infrastructures that complement their ways of working and not just impose box-ticking exercises. We will explain the strategies, systems developed, and concerns arising to date at our two Universities to help support researchers and managers in this (r)evolution.
Delivered at the CRIS2014 Conference in Rome; published in Procedia Computer Science 33 (Jul 2014).
Contains conference paper (8 pages) and presentation (37 slides).
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