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CRIS and Institutional Repositories

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A Asserson ,

Department of Research Management, University of Bergen, Nygardsgaten 5, Bergen, Norway
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K Jeffery

Science and Technology Research Council, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, Chilton, Didcot, Oxfordshire OX11 0QX, UK
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Abstract

CRIS (Current Research Information Systems) provide researchers, research managers, innovators, and others with a view over the research activity of a domain. IRs (institutional repositories) provide a mechanism for an organisation to showcase through OA (open access) its intellectual property. Increasingly, organizations are mandating that their employed researchers deposit peer-reviewed published material in the IR. Research funders are increasingly mandating that publications be deposited in an open access repository: some mandate a central (or subject-based) repository, some an IR. In parallel, publishers are offering OA but replacing subscription-based access with author (or author institution) payment for publishing. However, many OA repositories have metadata based on DC (Dublin Core) which is inadequate; a CERIF (Common-European Research Information Format) CRIS provides metadata describing publications with formal syntax and declared semantics thus facilitating interoperation or homogeneous access over heterogeneous sources. The formality is essential for research output metrics, which are increasingly being used to determine future funding for research organizations.
DOI: http://doi.org/10.2481/dsj.CRIS3
How to Cite: Asserson, A. & Jeffery, K., (2010). CRIS and Institutional Repositories. Data Science Journal. 9, pp.CRIS14–CRIS23. DOI: http://doi.org/10.2481/dsj.CRIS3
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Published on 03 Apr 2010.
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