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Title: Improving CRIS features to support new Open Access implementation workflows at institutions
Authors: De Castro, Pablo 
Keywords: current research information systems;open access;research publishing;Plan S;reporting
Issue Date: 17-May-2024
Publisher: euroCRIS
Series/Report no.: CRIS2024: 16th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (Vienna, Austria, May 15-17, 2024)
Conference: CRIS2024 – Vienna 
Abstract: 
It was at the euroCRIS Strategic Membership Meeting in Paris almost 10 years ago where this author delivered a presentation suggesting to enhance the data model for CRIS systems in order to capture the – then emerging – APC payment amounts as part of the bibliographic records for publications. Many institutions are now regularly using the APC fee field that was added to the metadata set for research outputs both for internal and external reporting.

As the institutional Open Access implementation workflows have become ever more complex with the arrival of Plan S, this is an attempt to repeat that 2015 experience by suggesting a further few features that could provide a much welcome service to institutions using their CRIS to record the metadata for their publications and the Open Access strategies that have been applied for each of these to be made openly available.
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Extended abstract presented at the CRIS2024 conference in Vienna.-- Event programme available at https://cris2024.eurocris.org/#programme

15 slides.-- Presentation delivered within Session 8 "Perspectives" on Fri May 17th, 2024
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11366/2593
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