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Title: Global Standards for System Interoperability: CERIF
Authors: De Castro, Pablo 
Keywords: research information management;current research information systems;standards;CERIF;harmonisation;data exchange;author identification;Catalan Research Portal (PRC)
Issue Date: 24-Apr-2014
Source: Jornades de Gestió de la Informació Cientifica 2014 (Institut d'Estudis Catalans, Barcelona, Spain, Apr 24th, 2014)
This presentation provides an introduction to the CERIF metadata standard for research information management. Being delivered within a session devoted to 'Global standards in research, links are highlighted to other standards such as ORCID for author identification purposes, DataCite for research data codification or Dublin Core and the rest of open access repository metadata family. Emphasis is made on the need for standard harmonisation in order for institutions to be able to exploit system interoperability, and the role of euroCRIS and the recently released OpenAIRE Guidelines for CRIS managers are reviewed in this context. Finally, the Catalan Research Portal (PRC) project for building a DSpace-CRIS-based portal of Catalan research by collecting a CERIF-XML information feed from institutional CRISs at Catalan universities is described as a pioneering initiative in the interoperability domain.
13 slides.-- Presentation delivered at the 2014 Workshop on Research Information Management in Catalunya held in Barcelona on Apr 24th, 2014, within the session "Global Standards in Research Information Management".
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