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Title: The CRIS’ role in the Evolution of Trust in Science
Authors: Birkle, Caroline 
Franke, Joel 
Keywords: open science;current research information systems;trust
Issue Date: 15-Jun-2018
Publisher: euroCRIS
Series/Report no.: CRIS2018: 14th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (Umeå, June 13-16, 2018)
Conference: CRIS2018 – Umeå 
The Open Science movement is bigger than uninhibited access to research, data, or metadata. Open Science is about elevating the quality of research methods, outcomes, and administration to engender higher levels of accountability, transparency, and trust across all research activities. The CRIS’ role in research administration has historically been about developing a physically secure and technically stable framework/platform that supports operational processes and reporting about research -- in other words, helping researchers and administrators describe science rather than do it or defend it. But by continuing to expand complementary data integration and layering improved, researcher-focused tools on deeply embedded operational workflows, the role of the CRIS can shift from research program administration to an arbiter of trust in science.
Extended abstract accepted at the CRIS2018 Conference.-- See event programme at
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