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Title: Current research information systems (CRIS): Challenges and Opportunities
Authors: Schöpfel, Joachim 
De Castro, Pablo 
Keywords: current research information systems;research information management;euroCRIS;CERIF
Issue Date: 27-Jun-2024
Publisher: Agence de Mutualisation des Universités et Etablissements (AMUE)
Source: J Schöpfel, P De Castro (2024). Current research information systems (CRIS): Challenges and Opportunities. La collection numérique n 32 (juin 2024): 28-29
To optimally manage their research information needs, universities, research organisations and funding agencies make use of research information management systems, also called current research information systems (CRIS), which collect and process information on research, like metadata on publications, research data, funding, organisations and staff.

The main challenges are metadata harmonisation and system interoperability. CRIS are as a rule interconnected with other systems (repositories, databases, human resources, project management…), and they are often part of regional or national infrastructures.
2 pages.-- Article published in issue 32 (June 2024) of AME's magazine "La collection numérique".-- Issue titled "Sharing from here and abroad" available at
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