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Title: The DRE Project (Digital Research Environment) at Radboud University: integrating the CRIS in the on line research work space of the researcher
Authors: Simons, Eduard 
Keywords: research data management;research information management;Radboud University;current research information systems;virtual research environment (VRE);CERIF
Issue Date: 11-Nov-2015
Publisher: euroCRIS
Series/Report no.: euroCRIS Strategic Membership Meeting Autumn 2015 (IEC, Barcelona, Nov 9-11, 2015)
Conference: Strategic Membership Meeting 2015 – Autumn (Barcelona) 
The presentation reports on the “DRE project “ (DRE = Digital Research Environment) that was started second half of 2015 at Radboud University, the Netherlands. The goal of the project is to create an IT solution for a researcher, in which both the research tools as such (data management tools, analysis tools, …) and the research information tools (CRIS) are integrated into one personal online environment. The new or innovative approach of the project is that, unlike VRE’s or DRE’s up to now, it clearly takes into account the fact that research information and research information management nowadays are an inescapable aspect of the daily reality of a researcher. A core result of the DRE project is that it will offer the researcher a personalized “data pond” as the basic resource for the individual research activities and parallel to and integrated with this a “personal research information pond”, a kind of personal CRIS, on top of and linked to the institutional CRIS, highly configurable by and adaptable to the needs of the individual researcher.
27 slides.-- Presentation delivered at the Day II Thematic session.
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