Allemagne : Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB) is a member of DuraSpace

« By becoming a member, TIB supports further development of current research information system VIVO. (…) “Without a lively community with … Continuer la lecture de « Allemagne : Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB) is a member of DuraSpace »

CRIS2016 Papers published in Procedia and euroCRIS Repository

« The proceedings of the CRIS2016 Conference in St Andrews are now available on line. The proceedings for the 13th CRIS2016 … Continuer la lecture de « CRIS2016 Papers published in Procedia and euroCRIS Repository »

Research Data in Current Research Information Systems

« The paper provides an overview of recent research and publications on the integration of research data in Current Research Information … Continuer la lecture de « Research Data in Current Research Information Systems »

Conférence CRIS2016 / 8 -11 juin 2016, St Andrews, Ecosse

La conférence CRIS2016 porte sur le thème « communiquer et mesurer la recherche de manière responsable : analyse, métrique, impact et interopérabilité ». … Continuer la lecture de « Conférence CRIS2016 / 8 -11 juin 2016, St Andrews, Ecosse »

euroCRIS Survey 2016 open!

« The organisation euroCRIS wants to give its members the opportunity to share their views with the Board. For this purpose, euroCRIS has … Continuer la lecture de « euroCRIS Survey 2016 open! »

Final Report EUNIS – EUROCRIS Joint Survey on CRIS and IR

« Current Research Information Systems (CRISs) and Institutional Repositories (IRs) are two main components of the Research Information Management realm. The … Continuer la lecture de « Final Report EUNIS – EUROCRIS Joint Survey on CRIS and IR »

Open Access: New Issue of COAR’s “Repository Observatory” Online, Focus on Interoperability of Institutional Repositories and Current Research Information Systems

« A new edition of the Repository Observatory (No. 3) from the Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR) is now available … Continuer la lecture de « Open Access: New Issue of COAR’s “Repository Observatory” Online, Focus on Interoperability of Institutional Repositories and Current Research Information Systems »