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Title: CRIS in OpenAIRE - we take you onboard
Authors: Löhden, Aenne 
Schirrwagen, Jochen 
Czerniak, Andreas 
Keywords: current research information systems;system interoperability;OpenAIRE;information exchange;metadata quality;metadata enrichment;CRIS harvesting
Issue Date: 28-May-2019
Publisher: euroCRIS
Series/Report no.: Spring 2019 euroCRIS Membership Meeting (CSC, Espoo-Helsinki, Finland, May 27-29, 2019)
Conference: Spring 2019 Membership Meeting – Helsinki 
Rich research information in CRIS is a treasure for funders, organisations, and also for researchers. OpenAIRE works together with the research community, research administrators, funders, and with euroCRIS to lift the treasure and make this information visible in the OpenAIRE scholarly communication graph which is a key component of the European Open Science Cloud. The latest release of the OpenAIRE Guidelines for CRIS Managers is a milestone to achieve interoperability between CRISs and OpenAIRE. Early adopters in a number of platforms demonstrate the enormous potential the integration of research information in OpenAIRE can have. We can identify different roles and functions of CRIS with regard to extend and enrich information in OpenAIRE, with e.g. publications, patents, and products sets contributing to research results metadata, and funding and projects set augmenting authoritative data.

The presentation addresses present progress and challenges of CRIS integration in OpenAIRE in terms of CERIF mapping, validation, aggregation, indexing, and finally discovering research information in the OpenAIRE portal and provide suggestions for improvements. Integration of CRIS in OpenAIRE is of mutual benefit. For instance OpenAIRE's brokering service allows to enrich and correct metadata located in its content providers. The Usage metrics service is an opportunity to provide standardised information on usage activity for publications and data.

Finally, an overview is offered for OpenAIRE's strategy to sustain the infrastructure and its human network.
46 slides.-- Presentation delivered within the Nordic session (Open Science)
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