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Title: Research Information Management and Open Science
Authors: De Castro, Pablo 
Keywords: research information management;current research information systems;CERIF;system interoperability;open science;Indian Research Information Network System (IRINS);India
Issue Date: 6-Jan-2022
Publisher: euroCRIS
Conference: 4th LIS Academy Conference 2021 
The presentation addresses the value of research information management (RIM) to gather a global snapshot of the research activity conducted within an institution or at a higher level -- regional, national or global. Emphasis is made on the need to harmonise the research information collected in CRIS systems in order to enable system interoperability and on the role of the CERIF standard to ensure such objective. It is argued that RIM underpins the implementation of Open Science, and a case study is provided for snakebite-related research. This is a particularly relevant research field for developing countries in tropical areas in line with the SDG3, but the visibility of the research carried out in such countries is often below par due to lack of the appropriate harmonised information exchange mechanisms.
43 slides.-- Plenary talk delivered at the 4th LIS Academy Conference held Jan 6-8, 2022 at the Visvesvaraya Technological University (Belagavi, Karnataka State, India, Event programme attached together with the PDF presentation

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