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Title: The Evolution of the Community Module: How lessons learned from national, regional, and subject-focused use cases have been used to support inter-institutional collaboration
Authors: Toon, James 
Keywords: research information management;current research information systems;research information systems;Extract Transfer and Load (ETL);communities of practice;web services;Pure;case studies
Issue Date: 13-May-2022
Publisher: euroCRIS
Series/Report no.: CRIS2022: 15th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (Dubrovnik, Croatia, May 12-14, 2022)
Conference: CRIS2022 – Dubrovnik 
Abstract: 
This abstract provides an update on development and implementation progress of the Pure community module in the 5 years since the initial launch of the service. The paper revisits the conclusions of our 2018 presentation (CRIS2018 Umeå, Sweden), providing updates on the ‘future developments’ and encourages a discussion of the complexities in supporting multi-institutional collaborations. In addition, we will provide an overview of some key challenge areas we have been working on together with community customers and community owners (technical and operational).
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Extended abstract presented at the CRIS2022 conference in Dubrovnik.-- Event programme available at https://cris2022.srce.hr/#section-program

17 slides.-- Presentation delivered within session "CRIS case studies, community management and CRIS manager competencies"
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11366/1983
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