OpenAIRE guidelines for CRIS managers : supporting interoperability of open research information through established standards
European Union (EU)
Elbæk, Mikael Karstensen
OpenAIRE is the European infrastructure enabling researchers to comply with the European Union requirements for Open Access to research results. OpenAIRE collects metadata from data sources across Europe and beyond and defines interoperability guidelines to assist providers in exposing their information in a way that is compatible with OpenAIRE. This contribution focuses on a specific type of data source, CRIS systems, and the respective OpenAIRE guidelines, based on CERIF XML. A range of issues, spanning different aspects of information representation and exchange, needed to be addressed by the guidelines in order to define a complete solution for interoperability.
12th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (CRIS 2014), Rome, Procedia Computer Science, 2014-05-13 - 2014-05-15
This is an open access article under the CC BY-NC-ND license. The final version is published by Elsevier: Houssos, Nikos & Jörg, Brigitte & Dvorak, Jan & Príncipe, Pedro & Rodrigues, Eloy & Manghi, Paolo & Elbæk, Mikael. (2014). OpenAIRE Guidelines for CRIS Managers: Supporting Interoperability of Open Research Information through Established Standards. Procedia Computer Science. 33. 33–38. 10.1016/j.procs.2014.06.006.