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Research information systems for higher education institutions in Italy

Luglio, Fabrizio; Zaetta, Marta
Fonte: euroCRIS Publicador: euroCRIS
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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16 slides.-- Presentation delivered at the Italian Session.; U-GOV, developed by the Italian Consortium CINECA, is the most widely implemented current research information system in Italian universities. The presentation describes U-GOV functionality in institutional research information management areas like project management, open access repository or research assessment among others.

CERIF-CRIS: A Research Information Model for Decision Support: Use and Trends for the Future

Jörg, Brigitte; Cutting-Decelle, Anne-Françoise; Houssos, Nikos; Sicilia, Miguel Angel; Jeffery, Keith G.
Fonte: CODATA Publicador: CODATA
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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Presentation delivered at the CODATA International Conference "Open Data and Information for a Changing Planet" held in Taipei Oct 28-31, 2012.; Current Research Information Systems (CRISs) are dedicated to manage information about Research through CERIF. CERIF is a data model describing the Research involved entities and their manifold relationships in an efficient and scalable way. In addition to the ER-Model CERIF specifies an XML exchange format and develops a domain vocabulary – aimed at re-use and mappings, and towards increased openness. CRISs serve many stakeholders in their recording, reporting and decision-making alongside the entire research process ; whether they are developing programmes, allocating funding, assessing projects, executing projects, generating results, assessing results or transferring technology. A CRIS contains data and metadata or information about e.g. project managers, ongoing and completed projects, research departments, funding organisations, programmes and funding, researchers, research results (publications, patents, products), events, infrastructures (facilities, services, equipment) and their timely relationships (semantics), enabling an integrated approach for managing research information. CERIF – the Common European Research Information Format – is a European Commission Recommendation to Member States and its roots date back to the late 80ies...

Keep the Best – Forget the Rest? Towards Models for CRISs Integrating Heterogeneous Information

Stempfhuber, Maximilian
Fonte: euroCRIS Publicador: euroCRIS
Tipo: Conference Paper
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10-page conference paper.-- Delivered at the CRIS 2004 Conference in Antwerp.; Standards have so far been the primary means to ensure a minimum level of quality and common metadata structures across current research information systems (CRISs) and to support data exchange. The users’ perspective is currently covered by suggestions for standard features a CRIS should offer at the user interface level, like free text search. But is this a sufficient precondition or a viable way for building information services that suit the whole targeted audience without neglecting special requirements of individuals?

Let's do data research work: the creation of a portal with research information from Catalan Universities

Ros i Gorné, Ramon; Anglada, Lluís M.; Reoyo, Sandra; De la Vega, Ricard
Fonte: Consorci de Serveis Universitaris de Catalunya (CSUC) Publicador: Consorci de Serveis Universitaris de Catalunya (CSUC)
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Presented at OR2014, Helsinki, Finland.-- 26 slides.; Original OR2014 presentation available at the University of Helsinki DORIA repository, https://www.doria.fi/handle/10024/97743; Catalan universities started working with repositories in 1999 when they undertook the building of an ETD repository under the coordination of two consortia: a library one (CBUC) and a supercomputing one (CESCA). Since then, they have been very active creating repositories and passing Open Access policies.; The experience gathered during all this years allowed that, for instance, the Pompeu Fabra and Politècnica de Catalunya universities connected their research information systems (CRIS) to their institutional repositories (IR), thus creating research information portals fed from both sources: CRIS and IR.; Once this was done, in 2013, the group of eleven Catalan universities agreed on the creation of the Catalan Research Portal (PRC). The making of this Portal is being led by the Catalan University Services Consortium (CSUC) and is testing the data interconnection from different systems to provide a unique interface visualization.; The PRC will be the portal for the current research activity taking place in Catalonia. Its main goals are: to jointly disseminate the research output of Catalan universities...

The future of CRIS systems - an interplay with VIVO

Vestdam, Thomas
Fonte: Elsevier Publicador: Elsevier
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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17 slides.-- Presentation delivered at the 4th Annual VIVO Conference (St Louis, MO, Aug 14-16, 2013).; This presentation delivers an European perspective on Current Research Information Systems (CRIS) to contribute to the discussions around the VIVO research information management platform at the VIVO Conference 2013. Brief descriptions are provided for some of the features of Pure CRIS, CERIF metadata standard for research information management and euroCRIS, the European organisation acting as custodian of CERIF. A proposal is finally made for keeping in mind the benefits to arise from a successful system interoperability between the conceptually rather similar leading research information management standards at both sides of the pond.

Using CRIS to power research data discovery

Ball, Alex; Brown, Christopher; Molloy, Laura; Van den Eynden, Veerle; Wilson, David
Fonte: euroCRIS Publicador: euroCRIS
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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29 slides.-- Presentation delivered at the Topical Session "CRIS in the Information Landscape"; The presentation addresses the potential usefulness of CERIF to support the data model for the Jisc Research Data Registry and Discovery Service (RDDS) at http://rdrds.cloudapp.net/. CERIF-based Current Research Information Systems could then become very effective sources for research data discovery.

Is a Current Research Information System (CRIS) a critical corporate system for HEIs? A Case Study from the University of St Andrews

Clements, Anna
Fonte: euroCRIS Publicador: euroCRIS
Tipo: Conference Paper
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Short paper and presentation (24 slides).-- Presented at the EUNIS Annual Congress 2015 in Dundee.; With over half of all UK Universities using a commercial Current Research Information System (CRIS) to manage and promote institutional research activity and output, this paper examines the drivers behind this rapid adoption and how the CRIS has raised awareness within central units (Registry, HR, Finance) of how they ‘fit into the bigger picture’ of research within the University. It also looks at how the CRIS has adapted to the rapidly changing funder policies around open access to research outputs and data.

State of the Art and Roadmap for Current Research Information Systems and Repositories: White Paper

Jeffery, Keith G.; Asserson, Anne; Luzi, Daniela
Fonte: euroCRIS; Italian National Research Council. Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies (CNR-IRPPS) Publicador: euroCRIS; Italian National Research Council. Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies (CNR-IRPPS)
Tipo: Trabalho em Andamento
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White Paper produced as briefing paper for the 1st Workshop on CRIS, CERIF and Institutional Repositories held May 2010 by euroCRIS at the Italian National Research Council Central Building in Rome.-- 7 pages.; Various pressures bring CRIS and repositories together. In many countries evaluation of research is becoming important, to assure public funds are well-spent. Such requirements need to associate research output (including publications but also products, patents, dissemination at events) with persons, organizational units (university, faculty, department, cross-department centre, research group), projects (e.g. funded grants), facilities (e.g. large synchrotron radiation sources), equipment (particular experiment) for analysis. Repository systems usually do not collect this contextual information, being restricted to scholarly publication output with title, abstract, author and some other publication-related information, commonly based on DC (Dublin Core) metadata. On the other hand, some CRIS include within them the research outputs as objects (e.g. publications). Similarly, the context of a research output is important in evaluating its utility, quality and relevance to any repurposing. Context is usually recorded in a CRIS. CERIF provides an appropriate timestamped structure so that provenance information is also available.

Integrating Research Information into a Software for Higher Education Administration – Benefits for Data Quality and Accessibility

Berkhoff, Karin; Ebeling, Britta; Lübbe, Sven
Fonte: euroCRIS Publicador: euroCRIS
Tipo: Conference Paper
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Presented at the CRIS2012 Conference in Prague.-- 10 pages.-- Full conference programme available at: http://www.cris2012.org/findByFilter.do?categoryId=1158; Project-related research and third-party funds play an increasing role in German universities (DFG 2009). Current Research Information Systems (CRIS) are developed with the aim to support the handling of research information. In this paper, we concentrate on a special kind of CRIS, Integrated Research Management Systems (IRMS). They are defined as software component that supports all research processes, sharing a common database with the other components that are integrated within an integrated higher administration software.; We describe the characteristics of an IRMS with regard to process orientation and workflow support. Using the example of the HISinOne Research Management and Technology Transfer segment, we describe the range of functions that is provided by an IRMS. This segment is fully integrated into the HISinOne software for higher education administration. HISinOne is a technically and functionally integrated and completely web-based solution to handle processes and structures at universities. It uses open source technologies and is independent of platforms and operating systems.; We conclude that the approach of developing an integrated system of this kind has considerable benefits for improved data quality and accessibility...

Integration, Service Orientation and Convergence – Advancing Research Information Management at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Fondermann, Philipp; Höllrigl, Thorsten
Fonte: euroCRIS Publicador: euroCRIS
Tipo: Conference Paper
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Presented at the CRIS2012 Conference in Prague.-- 10 pages.-- Full conference programme available at: http://www.cris2012.org/findByFilter.do?categoryId=1158; The analysts in their outlooks for 2012 identify as trends Social Media, Unified Communication & Collaboration (UCC), Next Generation Business Intelligence and Mobile IT. The paper by considering the impact of these innovations on Current Research Information Systems (CRIS) evolves a picture of the ‘Next-Generation CRIS’. The future CRIS as a multifunctional platform will not only be deeply embedded in integrated and service-oriented architectures, but also comprise strong Social Media and UCC components, be graded up to a severe Business Intelligence tool and be accessible on all kinds of mobile devices anywhere and anytime. By these extensions of its range of functionalities the whole scientific and science management lifecycle will be supported. In the final chapter it is shown, to which extent the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in a strategic partnership with the AVEDAS AG is about to realize a Next-Generation CRIS within the running implementation project KIT-CRIS.

CERIFy: Using Business Process Mapping to Engage with Research Information Management Processes and the CERIF Data Model

Mahey, Mahendra; Brennan, Niamh
Fonte: euroCRIS Publicador: euroCRIS
Tipo: Conference Paper
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Presented at the CRIS2012 Conference in Prague.-- 10 pages.-- Full conference programme available at: http://www.cris2012.org/findByFilter.do?categoryId=1158; This paper outlines the approach of the CERIFy project, which involved engagement with four UK universities and one commercial company, and which can be usefully applied to institutions / organisations / companies who are working in the area of Research Information Management (RIM) and Current Research Information Systems (CRISs) to demonstrate the use of CERIF in ways which are immediately meaningful to the institutional research information manager or end-user. The CERIFy methodology puts the ‘user’ at the heart of system development and data exchange by using Business Process Analysis. The results can be used to facilitate data exchange / interoperation with systems and to assist with the procurement / development / modification / improvement of a CERIF-based CRIS system. We believe that the CERIFy approach offers an accessible, transferrable and scalable way for organisations to develop local knowledge and experience of the interoperation between their own systems and data, and the CERIF data model. CERIFy provides concrete examples of how the approach facilitated the data modelling of improved (standardised and integrated) RIM processes such as Indicators of Esteem and a bi-directional data exchange process of CRIS-based institutional data with an external commercial system (Thomson Reuters InCites) using CERIF-XML.

CONVERIS 5: the Next Generation Current Research Information System

Maier, Jan C.; Höllrigl, Thorsten; Weiss, Rudolf
Fonte: euroCRIS Publicador: euroCRIS
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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Presentation delivered at the CRIS2012 Conference Business Section.-- Full conference programme available at: http://www.cris2012.org/findByFilter.do?categoryId=1158; Current trends such as Virtual Research Environments, Unified Communication and Collaboration and Social Media motivate the elaboration of collaboration facilities within Current Research Information Systems. In particular, federated scenarios demand for an enhancement in the way different CRIS or the researchers respectively exchange information. Besides covering the complete research process, the next generation of CRIS has to address these issues by allowing the researcher an efficient way to communicate. The session will focus on the new version of CONVERIS, which not only aims to introduce the methods and principles to cover the complete research process but also to elaborate collaboration features of CONVERIS.

CRIS-Cross: Research Information Systems at a Crossroads

Zimmerman, Eric H.
Fonte: euroCRIS; Kassel University Press Publicador: euroCRIS; Kassel University Press
Tipo: Conference Paper
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Keynote delivered at the CRIS2002 Conference in Kassel.-- 10 pages.-- Contains: Conference paper (PDF) + PPT presentation.; CRIS: Current Research Information Systems must take center stage as the mechanism of scientific information provision. In the ever-growing complex scientific world, we are faced with mounting challenges. Increasingly we are witness to pressures on universities and scientists to provide answers to the problems of society, while working in multi-disciplinary and cross-border teams, with increased funding competition. The need for quality scientific and technological information is apparent. Content management (with taxonomy) and sound information architecture is key. My thesis is that there is a strong need for intelligent CRISs, and that the Web search engines, powerful as they are, are not a replacement for a good CRIS. CRISs should be used for decision-making at all levels, for the management of research activities, and for the dissemination of results. CRIS, in this respect, is key for facilitating the processes of knowledge creation and management, and hence economic growth.

CRIS community in Germany: Establishing the DINI Working Group "Research Information Systems“ (AG FIS): a cooperation with euroCRIS

Ebert, Barbara; Tobias, Regine
Fonte: euroCRIS Publicador: euroCRIS
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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14 slides.-- Presentation delivered at the Jostein Hauge Session.; The presentation provides an insight on the process kicked-off in Nov 2011 for establishing the DINI Working Group on "Research Information Systems" as a means for coordinating and standardizing the increasing research information management initiatives carried out at HEIs in Germany.

Electronic Theses and Dissertations in Current Research Information Systems

Schöpfel, Joachim; Zendulková, Danica; Fatemi, Omid
Fonte: euroCRIS Publicador: euroCRIS
Tipo: Conference Paper
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Delivered at the CRIS2014 Conference in Rome; published in Procedia Computer Science 33 (Jul 2014).; Contains conference paper (8 pages) and presentations by Joachim Schöpfel (12 slides) and Omar Fatemi (14 slides).; Electronic theses and dissertations (ETD) represent a significant part of academic publications. They contain valuable information about academic research, in particular on research projects, institutions and experts. This information can be useful for the management of expertise and skills of persons and organisations in the current research information systems (CRIS). The paper provides an overview on projects and initiatives linking ETD and CRIS infrastructures, with empirical insight from existing systems in Slovakia, Iran and France. The paper reviews also the way the Common European Research Information Format (CERIF) integrates the specific information related to ETD (results, links, second level elements, semantics…). The discussion puts the focus on metadata, interoperability and complementary material (data). The findings allow for the framing of some recommendations on the integration of ETD in CRIS.

The gradual merging of repository and CRIS solutions to meet institutional research information management requirements

De Castro, Pablo; Shearer, Kathleen; Summann, Friedrich
Fonte: euroCRIS Publicador: euroCRIS
Tipo: Conference Paper
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Delivered at the CRIS2014 Conference in Rome; published in Procedia Computer Science 33 (Jul 2014).; Contains conference paper (8 pages) and presentation (15 slides).; Much has been said in recent times about the alleged dichotomy between Institutional Repositories (IRs) and Current Research Information Systems (CRISs). According to this highly ideological argument, IRs would be the platforms to support the noncommercial initiative jointly carried out by HEIs – and specifically their Libraries – in order to freely disseminate their research outputs, whereas CRISs would support the whole institutional research information management (RIM) with special emphasis on projects and funding. RIM being an activity oriented towards reporting for research assessment exercises and thus tightly connected to the institutional funding, the support from the Management at HEIs for CRIS implementation and operation and for the Research Office traditionally in charge of such tasks would be much higher than for the much less relevant IR. Moreover, the awareness of researchers and scholars towards such platforms will usually be much higher for the CRIS – from whose accurate and complete depiction of their research activity their salaries will ultimately depend – and it won't be unusual to collect complaints on the need to ensure that both systems are simultaneously fed with the appropriate...

Current bibliography research information systems in Poland

Nowiński, Aleksander
Fonte: euroCRIS Publicador: euroCRIS
Tipo: Conference Paper
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Delivered at the CRIS2014 Conference in Rome; published in Procedia Computer Science 33 (Jul 2014).; Contains conference paper (5 pages) and presentation (13 slides).; In this article we give a general overview of the current state of the systems for managing current research information in Poland. We focus on information on bibliographic data, which has a special situation in the current science landscape of Poland. Management of the publication outcome on the university level in Poland is not satisfactory, given that not every university has a proper databases for this purpose. Also usually there is proper procedure ensuring, that publications are properly registered in the system, so systems are incomplete. State level aggregation of the publication information has been done each four years, and only limited amount of information has been collected, so there was no pressure to ensure proper quality of the present systems. Currently situation is changing, as there is a new central system developed to aggregate most of the data belonging to typical CRIS system. Part of this system is a Polish Scholarly Bibliography, which will attempt to provide current and complete information about publication outcome of the Polish academic institutions. As the system POL-on is developed to cover most of the parts of the information about research and higher education it covers two more important modules of this field - POL-index - a citation index for regional journals and a repository of the theses to be used for antiplagiarism purposes.

EuroCRIS and CERIF. The Importance of an International Standard Metadata Model for Research Information

Simons, Eduard
Fonte: Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information (CVTI SR); euroCRIS Publicador: Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information (CVTI SR); euroCRIS
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28 slides.-- Presentation delivered at the conference "Research Information Systems: Integration for Open Access to Scientific Outputs" held Apr 2nd, 2014 at the CVTI SR in Bratislava, Slovakia.; The presentation introduces euroCRIS as an international organisation for promoting the implementation of efficient and interoperable research information management infrastructure with a particularly active presence in Eastern European countries. The Common European Research Information Format (CERIF) is described as a standard that will allow a comprehensive modeling of the research activity carried out at institutional or national level, with key features such as Link Entities or the Semantic Layer. The requirement for system interoperability is stressed within a complex Research Information Ecosystem where multiple systems need to exchange data. The key role CERIF plays in this framework is described with an example application to the modeling of research data via the 3-layer approach.

SK CRIS as a Tool for Integration of Data on Research and Development at the National Level; SK CRIS ako nástroj integrácie dát o vede na národnej úrovni

Zendulková, Danica
Fonte: Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information (CVTI SR); euroCRIS Publicador: Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information (CVTI SR); euroCRIS
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9 pages, 17 slides.-- Presentation delivered at the conference "Research Information Systems: Integration for Open Access to Scientific Outputs" held Apr 2nd, 2014 at the CVTI SR in Bratislava, Slovakia.; Text and slides in Slovak.; [EN] Within the context of the Slovak legal environment, the CRIS is to be perceived as a public administration information system for the collection, provision and use of data on R&D and innovations arising from research funded from public resources. Under Act no. 275/2006 Coll. on the Information Systems of Public Administration and on amendments to certain Acts, an information system is defined as an operating entity which delivers meaningful and systematic information activities (collection, provision and access to data, processing, transfer, storage, archiving and liquidation of data) by means of hardware and software.; This system builds on the Information System on Research and Development Potential (IS VVP, in operation from 2000 to 2007) and Information System CIP R&DI (CIP VVI, in operation from 2008 to 2012). The latter is defined in Act no. 172/2005 of 21st March 2005 on the Organisation of State Support for Research and Development and the amendment to Act no. 575/2001 Coll. on the Organisation of Activities of the Government and Central State Administration...

Using a CRIS to reduce workload and increase quality for research reporting and university marketing

Ebert, Barbara
Fonte: Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information (CVTI SR); euroCRIS Publicador: Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information (CVTI SR); euroCRIS
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10 pages, 44 slides.-- Presentation delivered at the conference "Research Information Systems: Integration for Open Access to Scientific Outputs" held Apr 2nd, 2014 at the CVTI SR in Bratislava, Slovakia.; Leuphana University is one of the pioneer institutions in Germany for the adaptation of a current research information system (CRIS). The CRIS has proven to be a good investment in terms of time and resources: Information registered in CRIS is used consistently. Over 30 report processes served in the first three years of operation illustrate the need for accessible research information within the institution. In our hands, acceptance of the CRIS has been achieved mainly through a considerate development of services and acceptance of the use cases for CRIS data. The CRIS support team aims to unburden researchers from additional data maintenance and put the data corpus to the best possible use. Institutional CRIS hold high potential for research-related services and marketing. However, technical barriers currently prevent systems and portals from exchanging data more efficiently. Leuphana has therefore joined national and international initiatives in order to foster standardization promote better dissemination of research information.