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TitleIntegrating a national network of institutional repositories into the national/international research management ecosystem
Author(s)Moreira, João Mendes
Laranjeira, Cátia
Carvalho, José
Ribeiro, Fernando
Lopes, Paulo
Graça, Paulo
KeywordsNetwork of Institutional Repositories
Research management ecosystem
Regulatory framework
Open science
Issue date2017
JournalProcedia Computer Science
CitationMoreira, J. M., Laranjeira, C., Carvalho, J., Ribeiro, F., Lopes, P., & Graça, P. (2017). Integrating a National Network of Institutional Repositories into the National/International Research Management Ecosystem. Procedia Computer Science, 106, 146-152. doi:
Abstract(s)PTCRIS (Portuguese Current Research Information System - is a program aiming at the creation and sustained development of a national integrated information ecosystem to support research management, according to the best international standards and practices. This ecosystem includes outcomes and outputs modules, in particular institutional repositories managed by the nationwide service RCAAP (Scientific Open Access Repository of Portugal – In order to achieve such vision, PTCRIS has two main goals. The first one is to define a regulatory framework based on the best international standards and practices. The second is to foster the adoption of such framework in the various information systems, both national (including RCAAP) and local (at the institution level). This paper reports the context, strategy and work developed thus far to make the Portuguese repositories network (RCAAP), with more than 40 repositories, compliant with the national research ecosystem (PTCRIS) by adopting its regulatory framework. Integrating RCAAP within the PTCRIS ecosystem will greatly contribute to promote open scholarship, open data and open science.
TypeConference paper
AccessOpen access
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