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Title: Introducing the RIS Synergy project-led national/regional research portals WG
Authors: Neff, Sabine 
Greil, Michael 
Fürst, Elena 
Keywords: research information management;current research information systems;national CRIS network;research portal;RIS Synergy;working groups;euroCRIS
Issue Date: 2-Dec-2022
Publisher: euroCRIS
Conference: Strategic Membership Meeting 2022 – Autumn (Nijmegen) 
A short presentation of the Austrian RIS Synergy project is provided in which the objectives and areas of activity are summarised for this national-level bottom-up project to explore the feasibility of building a national research portal in the country with the participation of Austrian universities, research funders and the Ministry for Education and Research (BMBWF). At the end of this short presentation the announcement is made that the RIS Synergy project will be hosting the CRIS2024 Conference at TU Wien.

A second presentation follows to launch the National/Regional Research Portals Working Group led by RIS Synergy in collaboration with euroCRIS. This new working group is an effort to provide collaborative workflows across teams behind national and regional CRISs in Europe and beyond so that they're able to hold a joint conversation on specific aspects that all these projects face such as (among others) the use of CERIF or persistent identifiers and the implementation of the OpenAIRE Guidelines for CRIS managers.
Includes RIS Synergy project presentation (10 slides) + National/Regional Research Portals WG presentation (11 slides)
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RISSynergy_euroCRIS_SMM2022Nijmegen.pdfRIS Synergy project -PDF presentation1.38 MBAdobe PDF
National-Regional-Research-Portals-WG_euroCRIS_SMM2022Nijmegen.pdfNatResPort WG - PDF presentation850.51 kBAdobe PDF
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