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Repository Fringe 2016 Welcome
Welcome address to the delegates of RepoFringe 2016 given by Gavin McLachlan, Chief Information Officer of the University of Edinburgh on Monday 1st August 2016.
Capturing and utilising information on the impact of research
This 7-minute presentation by Carlos Galan-Diaz and Rose-Marie Barbeau, both of the University of Glasgow, was given at RepoFringe 2016 on Monday 1st August 2016 as part of the 24x7 session on 'Making a Difference with ...
DSpace at the University of Edinburgh (Life after CRIS)
This presentation was given by Claire Knowles of the University of Edinburgh at RepoFringe 2016 opening a panel discussion: "Sustaining content and collections: open educational resources, open access, open data". It deals ...
Your OERs will outlive you: Open Education in the long term
This keynote presentation was made by Martin Poulter of the University of Bristol at RepoFringe 2016. The following introduction appeared on the RepoFringe website: "Dr Martin Poulter is the past Wikimedian In Residence ...
SHERPA Ref (and so can you!)
This 7-minute presentation by Adam Field, Jane Anders and Azhar Hussain of Jisc was given at RepoFringe 2016 on Monday 1st of August as part of the 24x7 session on 'The Nuts and Bolts of Open'. It describes how the SHERPA ...
Poster: Enabling useful data sharing through format identification and text miningCRAWDAD: Community Resource for Archiving Wireless Data At Dartmouth
Poster presented at RepoFringe 2016 by Dimitrios-Georgios Akestoridis of the University of Ioannina and Tristan Henderson of the University of St Andrews.
CASRAI discussion notes
Transcribed summary of discussion on CASRAI (Consortia Advancing Standards in Research Administration Information ) at RepoFringe 2016 under the theme 'The Nuts and Bolts of Open'.
Research data sharing: what the FRIC?
Poster presented by Brenda Phillips and Rachel Proudfoot (both of Research Data Leeds at the University of Leeds) at RepoFringe 2016. The poster subtitle reads: "Lots of cooperation is needed to help researchers share data ...
Why Stop at Open? Using qualitative, sociological, restricted access data in the Timescapes archive as a training resource
7-minute presentation given by Rachel E. Proudfoot of the University of Leeds at RepoFringe 2016, in the 24x7 "Making a Difference with Data" session.
More than just a CRIS - How CRIStin is building a national infrastructure for Open Access
Keynote presentation at RepoFringe 2016 under the theme of 'The Nuts and Bolts of Open' by Nina Karlstrøm of CRIStin (Current Research Information SysTem In Norway).