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Title: Research Information Systems and Ethics relating to Open Science
Authors: Schöpfel, Joachim 
Azeroual, Otmane 
De Castro, Pablo 
Keywords: current research information systems;research information management;research ethics;open science
Issue Date: 13-May-2022
Publisher: euroCRIS
Source: Procedia Computer Science 211: 36-46 (2022)
Series/Report no.: CRIS2022: 15th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (Dubrovnik, Croatia, May 12-14, 2022)
Conference: CRIS2022 – Dubrovnik 
The evaluation of research performance is one major challenge of research management. Research information management systems are designed to assess this performance and to contribute to the steady improvement of research. These systems, also called current research information systems (CRIS), have been described as software for “the aggregation, curation, and utilization of metadata about research activities” in order to produce useful and reliable knowledge about research and to support research institutions in the provision of funding information and reporting. CRIS systems aggregate and process information about projects, results, organizations, persons, infrastructures, equipment, facilities, etc., and they produce indicators and assessment for research management.
Extended abstract presented at the CRIS2022 conference in Dubrovnik.-- Event programme available at

28 slides.-- Presentation delivered within the session "Research information management and ethical issues"
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