FEB 29

Works in Progress Webinar: Lessons learned from implementing research information management systems (RIMS) in the US

This webinar features examples of RIMS implementations at three US research universities. The presenters will share project goals, drivers, products, and scope, as well as the significant and ongoing challenges of securing researcher and campus buy-in.

Presenters

  • Jason Glenn, Program Director for Research Information Management Services, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Brian Mathews, Associate Dean, Research & Innovation, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Laura Simon, Research Support Librarian, Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis Missouri
  • Mark Zulauf, Researcher Information Systems Coordinator, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Description

Many US research institutions are implementing research information management systems (RIMS), and OCLC Research has published several reports exploring this area of new library investment. 

In this presentation, we will hear case study examples of RIMS implementations at three US research universities. The presenters will share about the project goals, drivers, products, and scope, as well as the significant and ongoing challenges of securing researcher and campus buy-in. Implementing a RIMS is unique to each institutional setting, and the presenters will share about the different use cases their RIMS is supporting and how their campus is benefiting from the system.

The presenters will also share about the role of the library in leading and supporting the effort, in conjunction with other campus stakeholders. 

This webinar will be of interest to library leaders, RIMS practitioners, and institutional leaders interested in leveraging RIM systems at their institutions. 

All affiliates of OCLC Research Library Partnership organizations are invited to participate. 

 

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Date

29 February 2024

Time

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time, North America [UTC -5]


Live webinar sessions are exclusively for OCLC Research Library Partners, but the recordings are publicly available to all.