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Title: Open Science: the crucial importance of metadata
Authors: Simons, Eduard 
Keywords: open science
FAIR data
research information management
current research information systems
Issue Date: 21-Nov-2017
Publisher: euroCRIS
Series/Report no.: euroCRIS Strategic Membership Meeting Autumn 2017 (CVTI SR, Bratislava, Slovakia, Nov 20-22, 2017)
Conference: Strategic Membership Meeting 2017 – Autumn (Bratislava) 
Abstract: “We conclude that a European Integrated Research Information Infrastructure is technically feasible thanks to recent technological developments and especially the maturity of the European CERIF standard, which allows seamless interlinking of datasets and/or research information systems, in different formats and including non-CERIF systems”. This was the conclusion of the report "Measuring scientific performance for improved policy making" produced by a working group of the European Parliament in April 2014. These few slides to introduce the Panel Discussion on Open Science and FAIR Data argue that given the wealth of metadata contained in CRIS system and the gradual evolution of these platforms from tools for research administration to primary resources of research information, it makes sense for the Open Science and FAIR Data communities on one side and the RIM community on the other to collaborate to progress together towards a common objective.
Description: 8 slides.-- Presentation delivered at the start of the Panel Discussion on "Open Science and FAIR Data" (participants Jean-Claude Burgelman, Simon Hodson and Alberto Zigoni)
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