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Title: Repository content management with DSpace-CRIS
Authors: Zhang, Zhongda 
Issue Date: 2020
Source: Zhang, Z. (2020). Repository content management with DSpace-CRIS. The 6th Sino-Foreign University Library Annual Conference.
Conference: The 6th Sino-Foreign University Library Annual Conference 
Abstract: The recent institutional repository (IR) development trend shows an ever-increasing integration of repository and CRIS solutions worldwide. This workshop will bring data management practices for institutional repository (IR)/CRIS integration for data batch import and manipulation implementation purposes. The workshop is aimed at system-agnostic repository managers and librarians interested in the enhancement in functionality that the integration with CRIS systems rich in contextual metadata can bring to them.
Participants to the workshop will get an insight into the system integration among different platforms (DSpace/CRIS) and will be able to get first-hand experience related to these integrations. These will address areas like drivers for CRIS/repository integration, realization of technical interoperability across systems and the roles of the various institutional units in the implementation and management of the integrated system.
Data management can be a frustrating process. Typically, this involves using spreadsheets and other tools. Albeit these tools have their own strengths, they also have various problems when used in managing repository content. DSpace-CRIS is an open source platform for data management which provides tools used for data importing, exporting, processing and browsing. It has graphical user interfaces for data visualization.
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