Presentations

Case Studies of US Research Information Management

Case Studies of US Research Information Management

By Rebecca Bryant

VIVO 2021 International Conference
virtual

This session previews the findings from a forthcoming OCLC Research report on Research Information Management Practices in the United States (http://oc.lc/us-rim-project), scheduled for early fall 2021.

Topics: Research Information Management

OCLC-LIBER Workshop Series on Social Interoperability: Workshop 3

Social Interoperability Workshop 3: Making Your Plan for Developing Cross-Functional Relationships at Our Institution

By Rebecca Bryant, Brian Lavoie, Annette Dortmund

OCLC-LIBER Workshop Series
virtual

In this final workshop, the trainers offer some additional resources to support participants. Participants share what they’ve learned, describe what tactics they will adapt, and develop a list of activities they plan to adopt.

Topics: Research Data Management, Research Support, Research Information Management

OCLC-LIBER Workshop Series on Social Interoperability: Workshop 2

Social Interoperability Workshop 2: Case Studies in Successful Social Interoperability

By Rebecca Bryant, Brian Lavoie, Annette Dortmund

OCLC-LIBER Workshop Series
virtual

The second workshop examines strategies and tactics that can support successful social interoperability. Participants discuss several case studies that exemplify successful cross-institutional collaboration.

Topics: Research Data Management, Research Support, Research Information Management

OCLC-LIBER Workshop Series on Social Interoperability: Workshop 1

Social Interoperability Workshop 1: Understanding Social and Structural Norms That Shape Academic Institutional Collaboration

By Rebecca Bryant, Brian Lavoie, Annette Dortmund

OCLC-LIBER Workshop Series
virtual

This first session explores the social and structural norms that shape academic institutional collaboration, particularly examining the model of universities as “complex, adaptive systems.” 

Topics: Research Data Management, Research Support, Research Information Management

The Rapidly Changing Research Information Management Landscape

The Rapidly Changing Research Information Management Landscape

By Rebecca Bryant

Expert Finder Systems International Forum 2021
virtual

Expert finder systems are part of a larger ecosystem of research information management, comprising a variety of use cases, systems, practices, workflows, and stakeholders. Bryant discusses the rapidly changing RIM landscape in the US, the focus of a current project at OCLC Research.

Topics: Research Information Management

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Research Information Management in the United States

By Rebecca Bryant

Expertise Systems in Florida Universities: Collaboration Across Campus and Beyond
virtual

Bryant shares highlights of her research into Research Information Management, particularly describing primary US cases, how American practices are distinctive from European—and indeed—global practices, and the importance of cross-institutional collaboration to ensure quality data and reduce workflow duplication.

Recording available from Florida Universities on Zoom.

Topics: Research Information Management

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Case Studies of Research Information Management at US Institutions

By Jan Fransen, Maliaca Oxnam, Anne Rauh

Research Information Management (RIM, usually called CRIS systems outside North America) practitioners from three research-intensive North American institutions (two public and one private) talk about the different motivations that led to implementations of RIM systems on their campuses and how their libraries were and are involved.

Topics: Research Information Management