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Title: Standardising research contexts towards system interoperability – and more
Authors: Jörg, Brigitte 
Keywords: research information management;CERIF;system interoperability;metadata standards;controlled vocabularies;harmonisation
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. 49-62
Series/Report no.: SK-CRIS Event (CVTI SR, Bratislava, Apr 2nd, 2014)
Conference: SK-CRIS Event Bratislava (2014) 
The presentation makes emphasis on the need for harmonisation in order to ensure system interoperability within a complex research information ecosystem where many different standards and initiatives coexist and overlap. CERIF is introduced as an effective instrument for a wide-coverage metadata standardization, and several examples are provided for projects where the CERIF data model has been applied to data exchange in the areas of research reporting (Snowball Metrics, UKRISS), open access (OpenAIRE) and research data management (Research Data Alliance, RDA).
Contains conference paper (7 pages) and presentation (39 slides).-- Talk 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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