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Title: Research Information Management Systems: covering the whole research lifecycle
Authors: De Castro, Pablo 
Puuska, Hanna-Mari 
Keywords: research information management;current research information systems;system interoperability;research lifecycle;responsible research evaluation
Issue Date: 15-Jun-2023
Publisher: EUNIS
Conference: EUNIS 2023 Annual Conference 
Since the joint EUNIS/euroCRIS CRIS/IR survey report was published in 2016, Current Research Information Systems (CRISs) have become even more widely implemented at institutions and in countries all over the world. These platforms traditionally serve a double purpose: as tools to showcase the research activity conducted within its walls and as internal databases to enable evidence-based decision-making processes. Increasingly, they also act as a reliable and comprehensive information source for external systems and services. This text provides a snapshot of the current CRIS landscape – with an emphasis on Europe – and summarises the various ways CRISs are currently used as well as introduces new emerging uses and scenarios. Special attention is paid to the ever-growing number of national and regional CRIS platforms, which are increasingly seen as valuable research information collection systems for the analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of research in specific geographies.
Includes presentation (16 slides) and full paper (9 pages).-- Presented by Hanna-Mari Puuska within the EUNIS 2023 session "IT Support for Research 2".-- Event programme available at
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