DescriptionSome five years ago, DTU switched from decentralized research registration, where researchers entered their publications into the DTU research repository themselves to centralized research registration, whereby library staff upload academic publications to the repository on behalf of the researchers. The implementation of the centralization process was accompanied by, and depended on, the establishment of a research registration team at the DTU Library.
This session shares DTU’s five years of experience with centralized research registration, including: the implementation process, the setting up the registration team, the configuration of the repository platform (Pure), the registration workflow and last but not least the results since DTU switched to centralized research registration.
|Period||2 Nov 2015|
|Event title||1th Pure International Conference|
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