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Title: The possible role of CERIF and CRISs for Open Access Monitoring
Authors: De Castro, Pablo 
Dvořák, Jan 
Keywords: current research information management;current research information systems;open access;CERIF;research publication management;system interoperability
Issue Date: 9-Apr-2018
Publisher: euroCRIS
Conference: AT2OA Workshop 
Abstract: 
Building on these "few thoughts on OA Monitoring and CRISs" available at https://www.eurocris.org/blog/few-thoughts-oa-monitoring-and-criss-i, the presentation summarizes the ways in which CRIS systems and the CERIF standard could support the attempt to monitor the progress in Open Access implementation at a national level. An overview is provided on the consensus definitions and the e-infrastructure that are seen as necessary for a harmonised measuring effort to succeed across countries. Some case studies are also mentioned for national CRISs and a wide enough array of institutional ones. System interoperability is highlighted as a key requirement for the OA monitoring initiative, and the gradual progress being currently achieved in making CRIS systems more interoperable via the use of CERIF-XML is described.
Description: 
14 slides.-- Presentation delivered at the AT2OA Workshop "Open Access Monitoring - Approaches and Perspectives" (Vienna, Apr 9th, 2018)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11366/634
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