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Title: CRISs, CERIF, CASRAI and Snowball Metrics. (Why) are these key to University Libraries?
Authors: Clements, Anna 
Keywords: current research information systems;CERIF;CASRAI;Snowball Metrics;open standards;libraries
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2015
Publisher: euroCRIS
Conference: UKSG 38th Annual Conference (Glasgow, UK, Mar 30-Apr 1, 2015) 
Abstract: 
As an incomer to the Library (I moved from ITS in 2014, with a stint in the Research Office in 2011) I see the challenges that the fast pace of policy development - both external (OA, impact, Research Data Management, Research Outcomes) and internal (KPIs, Benchmarking) - is presenting across the Institution. Where does the Library fit into this? What opportunities can be exploited to redesign the services we provide? This session seeks to explore these questions and explain some of the systems, standards and initiatives available, illustrating examples of best practice in how and why the Library should take a leading role in understanding, promoting and implementing their use.
Description: 
Supporting slides (29) for the workshop delivered at the 38th UKSG Conference in Glasgow, see full event programme at http://bit.ly/1P8XzCR.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11366/395
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