Category Archives: Project Partner

Content from the perspective of project partners

Demonstrating UKRISS Solutions in Institutions

Common problems Following a recent blog posting explaining the potential benefits of UKRISS for Institutions, we would like to expand on this and provide a little more detail on how this may be achieved. The 3 UKRISS partner Institutions of … Continue reading

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UKRISS: making the case from the institutional perspective

Dr Rosa Scoble, Acting Director (Planning), Brunel University Monique Ritchie, Research Librarian and Copyright Officer, Brunel University Earlier UKRISS posts have talked about the technical and theoretical work involved in developing and validating models which pull together data fields and … Continue reading

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UKRISS Phase 2: Data Gathering

Over the last few weeks, the project team have been working on requirements and data gathering for Phase 2. At KCL, the team has been working on gathering information about the reporting information collected by the RCUK systems ROS (Research … Continue reading

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euroCRIS and UKRISS

euroCRIS is a not for profit organisation charged by the European Commission with maintaining, developing and promoting CERIF (Common European Research Information Format) an EU Recommendation to member states. euroCRIS has members in 41 countries. CERIF is a national standard … Continue reading

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Cottage Labs and UKRISS

Cottage Labs are represented in the UKRISS project by Richard Jones, a founder member of the organisation. Cottage Labs is an HE focussed R&D software collective with expertise in research information and library and information systems, and we are pleased … Continue reading

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The British Library – why are we involved?

Dr Allan Sudlow and Dr Karen Walshe, who represent the British Library on the UKRISS project board, having been recently been involved in two JISC-funded projects – ┬áThe Embedded Research Information Manager and Patients Participate. Collectively, Allan and Karen have … Continue reading

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The View from Brunel

Dr Rosa Scoble and Lorna Mitchell from Brunel University join the UKRISS Project Board having previously run the JISC-funded BRUCE project that developed a prototype tool (SolrEyes), based on CERIF, that facilitated the analysis and reporting of research information from … Continue reading

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The Exeter perspective

Dr Steve Trowell, Research Systems Project Manager at the University of Exeter, is a member of the UKRISS project board and brings knowledge of research processes and detailed understanding of systems integration and information management. Steve is responsible for the … Continue reading

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