Scholarly publications are a major part of the research infrastructure. One way to make output available is to store the publications in Open Access Repositories (OAR). A Current Research Information System (CRIS) that conforms to the standard CERIF (Common European Research Information Format) could be a key component in the e-infrastructure. A CRIS provides the structure and makes it possible to interoperate the CRIS metadata at every stage of the research cycle. The international DRIVER projects are creating a European repository infrastructure. Knowledge Exchange has launched a project to develop a metadata exchange format for publications between CRIS and OAR systems.
How to Cite:
Dijk, E. & Meel, M. van ., (2010). Using a CRIS for e-Infrastructure: e-Infrastructure for Scholarly Publications. Data Science Journal. 9, pp.CRIS59–CRIS65. DOI: http://doi.org/10.2481/dsj.CRIS8