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Current research information systems and institutional repositories: From data ingestion to convergence and merger

Abstract : Current research information systems (CRIS) and institutional repositories (IR) were developed as clearly distinguished systems, with different objectives and functionalities, with different standards and data models, and for different needs and user groups. While academic librarians are often deeply committed to the management of open access and IRs, they are less involved and familiar with research evaluation and CRIS. After a period of separate implementation of CRIS and IRs, of discussion on data ingestion, data exchange and interoperability, both systems started to converge and even to merge. Today IR often fulfil requirements of monitoring and assessment of institutional research performance while CRIS, beyond processing of metadata, begin to store, preserve and disseminate research papers. Which are the benefits, which are the risks and potential barriers of this convergence? Special attention will be paid to the impact on data quality and on user acceptance, and on the implication for the academic librarian.
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Joachim Schöpfel, Otmane Azeroual. Current research information systems and institutional repositories: From data ingestion to convergence and merger. David Baker; Lucy Ellis. Future Directions in Digital Information. Predictions, Practice, Participation, Chandos Publishing, pp.19-37, 2020, 9780128221440. ⟨hal-02981087⟩

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