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|Title:||Let’s Talk : Interoperability between University CRIS/IR and Researchfish – a case study from the UK||Authors:||Clements, Anna
|Keywords:||research information management;system interoperability;current research information systems;researchfish;research funders;ORCID||Issue Date:||9-Jun-2016||Publisher:||euroCRIS||Source:||"Communicating and Measuring Research Responsibly: Profiling, Metrics, Impact, Interoperability": Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (2016)
Procedia Computer Science 106: 220-231 (2017)
|Series/Report no.:||CRIS2016: 13th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (St Andrews, June 9-11, 2016)||Conference:||CRIS2016 – St Andrews||Abstract:||
Research funders and research organisations both require feedback on the progress, productivity and quality of the research they support. This information originates with researchers, but may be captured in a variety of systems including University CRIS/IR and funder systems. In 2014 all 7 national Research Councils (collectively referred to as RCUK) implemented a harmonised approach to the collection of research output data currently supported by Researchfish Ltd (referred to as the Researchfish® system). In 2016 this process is gathering feedback from over 60,000 researchers in all UK Universities, tracking more than £40billion of public and charity research investment and is adding to a dataset of more than 1 million outputs.
Researchers, research managers and funders want to find ways to capture this data once and achieve wide re-use of the information. Working together University and Research Council officers, Researchfish Ltd. And Jisc have highlighted that it is important for the “interoperability” between research information systems to be improved. These organisations have started a programme of work to improve the flow of information between University and funder systems.
Delivered at the CRIS2016 Conference in St Andrews; published in Procedia Computer Science 106 (Mar 2017).-- Contains conference paper (13 pages) and presentation (16 slides).
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