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Title: Using a CRIS to reduce workload and increase quality for research reporting and university marketing
Authors: Ebert, Barbara 
Keywords: research information management;current research information systems;data exchange;implementation;harmonisation;Leuphana Universität Lüneburg
Issue Date: 2-Apr-2014
Publisher: Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information (CVTI SR)
Source: Informačné systémy o vede. Integrácia pre otvorený prístup k vedeckým výstupom [Research Information Systems: Integration for Open Access to Scientific Outputs.] Zborník z medzinárodnej konferencie. [Proceeding from International Conference] CVTI SR, Bratislava 2. apríla 2014, pp. 31-48
Series/Report no.: SK-CRIS Event (CVTI SR, Bratislava, Apr 2nd, 2014)
Conference: SK-CRIS Event Bratislava (2014) 
Leuphana University is one of the pioneer institutions in Germany for the adaptation of a current research information system (CRIS). The CRIS has proven to be a good investment in terms of time and resources: Information registered in CRIS is used consistently. Over 30 report processes served in the first three years of operation illustrate the need for accessible research information within the institution. In our hands, acceptance of the CRIS has been achieved mainly through a considerate development of services and acceptance of the use cases for CRIS data. The CRIS support team aims to unburden researchers from additional data maintenance and put the data corpus to the best possible
use. Institutional CRIS hold high potential for research-related services and marketing. However, technical barriers currently prevent systems and portals from exchanging data more efficiently. Leuphana has therefore joined national and international initiatives in order to foster standardization promote better dissemination of research information.
10 pages, 44 slides.-- Presentation delivered at the conference "Research Information Systems: Integration for Open Access to Scientific Outputs" held Apr 2nd, 2014 at the CVTI SR in Bratislava, Slovakia.
ISBN: 978-80-89354-28-3
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