[open-science] Repositories and CRIS: working smartly together. Conference and Software Exhibition, 19 Jul 2011
Clara.Boavida at nottingham.ac.uk
Thu May 26 10:25:30 UTC 2011
I'm writing to invite you to the latest event for the Repository Support Project: 'Repositories and CRIS: working smartly together. Conference and Software Exhibition<http://www.rsp.ac.uk/admin/events/edit/?id=55>' which will take place at Nottingham University Park Conference Centre on the 19th of July. This event is Free of Charge to participants and this event is open to UK and international delegates.
This event will explore the interaction of Repositories and CRIS systems and share findings of the JISC funded RePosit Project, which seeks to increase uptake of a web-based repository deposit tool embedded in a researcher-facing publications management system. Institutions involved in RePosit are University of Leeds , Keele University, Queen Mary University of London, University of Exeter and University of Plymouth, with Symplectic Ltd as a commercial partner.
To Find out more about this event and to register please visit :
In addition to this we have invited leading suppliers of Repository software and CRIS software to take part in our Suppliers exhibition which will run alongside the conference in our refreshments area. To date we have confirmed EPrints; EQUELLA; ExLibris; Open Repository; Sherpa Services; Symplectic; and additional Exhibitors will be confirmed as we proceed.
This event offers an exciting opportunity to learn from the experiences of your colleagues in this increasingly important and challenging area and also speak directly to leading software suppliers all in one place!
MA(hons), MSC, MCLIP
Open Access Adviser (Repositories Support Project)
Centre for Research Communications
University of Nottingham
A31 Greenfield Medical Library
Queens Medical Centre
Tel: 0115 (84) 67544
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