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UKRISS Glasgow Workshop

Following the success of our London workshop earlier this month, we held our second end-of-project workshop last week at the University of Glasgow Library. The event was well-attended and we received lots of interesting feedback in the discussion session. The … Continue reading

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UKRISS London Workshop

On Friday 1st November we held a project workshop at the British Library where we presented what we have learned and developed over the course of the project and engaged in some interesting (and lively!) discussion on the research information … Continue reading

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UKRISS at Reconnect13

The UKRISS project is preparing for the presentation of its phase 2 results in a final workshop to be held at the British Library on November 1st, 2013. It was therefore an excellent and timely opportunity to present the current … Continue reading

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Technology Review

As a more detailed part of the landscape review we took some of the most prevalent and likely relevant technology in the research information sector and carried out a more detailed study on it. As part of this process, we … Continue reading

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Stakeholder Mapping

The aim of Phase 1 of the UKRISS project is to determine the feasibility, requirements and scope of a UK national research information reporting service. Requirements will be gathered from a range of organisations, to include stakeholders providing: 1) strategic, … 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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UKRISS poster at CRIS 2012

The bi-annual CRIS 2012 conference took place in Prague from 6-9 June. It was the 11th international conference on Current Research Information Systems and attracted over 150 delegates, mainly from EU member states, but also from the Middle East, USA … Continue reading

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euroCRIS Poster Proposal

We have submitted a poster proposal to the CRIS 2012 conference, which we are glad to announce has since been accepted! The conference will take place from 6-9 June, 2012 in Prague. Title: UKRISS – Feasibility study and proof-of-concept for … Continue reading

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ARMA Poster Proposal

We have submitted – and had accepted – the following proposal to the ARMA conference, as part of our project dissemination activities. The ARMA 2012 Conference will take place on 12th and 13th June at The DeVere Grand Harbour hotel, … 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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