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-//"​Research data management (RDM) has emerged as an area of keen interest in higher education, leading to considerable investment in services, resources and infrastructure to support researchers’ data management needs. This is the first in a series of reports by OCLC Research which examines the context, influences and choices higher education institutions face in building or acquiring RDM capacity—in other words, the infrastructure,​ services and other resources needed to support emerging data management practices. Our findings are derived from detailed case studies of four research universities,​ hailing from four distinct national contexts: the University of Edinburgh (UK), the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (US), Monash University (Australia) and Wageningen University & Research (the Netherlands). In this introductory report, we provide some brief background on the emergence of RDM as a focus for research support services within higher education; present a simple framework for navigating the contours of the RDM service space; describe the methodology we employed for assembling our findings and discuss the key elements of RDM capacity acquisition these findings address; and offer a preview of the next report in the series"// ​\\+//"​Research data management (RDM) has emerged as an area of keen interest in higher education, leading to considerable investment in services, resources and infrastructure to support researchers’ data management needs. This is the first in a series of reports by OCLC Research which examines the context, influences and choices higher education institutions face in building or acquiring RDM capacity—in other words, the infrastructure,​ services and other resources needed to support emerging data management practices. Our findings are derived from detailed case studies of four research universities,​ hailing from four distinct national contexts: the University of Edinburgh (UK), the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (US), Monash University (Australia) and Wageningen University & Research (the Netherlands). In this introductory report, we provide some brief background on the emergence of RDM as a focus for research support services within higher education; present a simple framework for navigating the contours of the RDM service space; describe the methodology we employed for assembling our findings and discuss the key elements of RDM capacity acquisition these findings address; and offer a preview of the next report in the series"//​
 ====== Research Information Management/​CRIS solutions ====== ====== Research Information Management/​CRIS solutions ======
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 +**[[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Current_research_information_system|Current research information system]]** (Wikipedia)\\
 +"A current research information system (CRIS) is a database or other information system to store, manage and exchange contextual metadata for the research activity funded by a research funder or conducted at a research-performing organisation (or aggregation thereof).. CRIS systems are also known as Research Information Management or RIM Systems (RIMS)."​
  
 **[[https://​www.oclc.org/​content/​dam/​research/​publications/​2018/​oclcresearch-practices-patterns-research-information-management.pdf|Practices and Patterns in Research Information Management]]**.Findings from a Global Survey.Rebecca Bryant, Anna Clements, Pablo de Castro, Joanne Cantrell, Annette Dortmund, Jan Fransen, Peggy Gallagher, Michele Mennielli. OCLC and euroCRIS OCLC RESEARCH REPORT 2018 **[[https://​www.oclc.org/​content/​dam/​research/​publications/​2018/​oclcresearch-practices-patterns-research-information-management.pdf|Practices and Patterns in Research Information Management]]**.Findings from a Global Survey.Rebecca Bryant, Anna Clements, Pablo de Castro, Joanne Cantrell, Annette Dortmund, Jan Fransen, Peggy Gallagher, Michele Mennielli. OCLC and euroCRIS OCLC RESEARCH REPORT 2018
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