Academic Profile, Network and Collaboration Analysis : Use Cases for the University
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Wastl, J. (2017). Academic Profile, Network and Collaboration Analysis : Use Cases for the University [Presentation file]. https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/267881
Recent years saw the emergence of research information systems (RIS) in University IT portfolios. The increasing number of local RIS show the need for the institutions to provide tools for its academic and administrative staff as well as for senior management for making strategic decision or complying with reporting requirements. This seminar lecture focuses on trends and challenges in managing implementations of RIS from an institutional view: Data curation and data quality issues form the basis of the quest for a fit-for-purpose, efficient and sustainable RIS. Examples based around interconnectivity will exploit the application of data standards to increase efficiency and sustainability in research information matters. Previously used for retrospective mandatory reporting requirements (e.g. peer review evaluation in REF, funder post-award reports), RIS expand to more than that: Academic Profiles, network and collaboration analysis form part of latest developments to futureproof the University RIS to become a pro-active tool used by academics in their day-to-day business.
Academic Profiling, Network Analysis, Research Information System
This record's DOI: https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.13805
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