Repositories and CRIS: working smartly together. Conference and Software Exhibition

19th July 2011

Nottingham University Park Campus

Building on the successful event 'Learning how to play nicely: Repositories and CRIS' which was orgainsed by teh Welsh Repository Network in 2010, this event will look at the interaction of Repositories and CRIS (Current Research Information Systems).  This event will also disseminate the findings of the RePOSIT project.

RSP has also invited leading suppliers of Repository and CRIS software who will be taking part in an exhibition which will be held throughout the day in the refreshments area.

This event is offered free of charge and will be open to delegates outside the UK.


Time Description More info.
10:00 Registration and Coffee  
10:00 Software Exhibition Opens – Avedas; EPrints; EQUELLA; ExLibris; Open Repository; Sherpa Services; Symplectic Additional Exhibitors to be confirmed  
10:30 Welcome – Emily Nimmo  
10:40 Keynote – Simon Kerridge, Association of Research Managers and Administrators Download
11:15 Tea and Coffee  
11:30 RePOSIT project findings and advocacy model – Jill Evans, University of Exeter Sarah Molloy,Queen Mary, University of London Ellie James, Keele University Jodie Double,University of Leeds Lizzie Dipple, Sympectic Ltd Nicola Cockarill,University of Plymouth Rachel Proudfoot, White Rose Consortium Download Download Download Download
12:30 Break out Session  
13:00 Lunch  
14:00 The Interaction between CRIS Systems and Open Access Repositories - Euro CRIS – Mark Cox, EuroCris Download
14:30 An Alternative Approach – Valerie McCutcheon, Research and Enterprise, University of Glasgow Download
15:00 Eprints update – Dave Tarrant and Patrick McSweeney Download
15:20 Coffee and Parallel Sessions  
15:20 EPrints in your environment and questions – Dave Tarrant and Patrick McSweeney  
15:20 'Cafe Society' discussion in exhibition area – All exhibitors  
16:00 Panel Q and A – All Speakers  
16:15 Close - Software Exhibition Closes  


For further information contact Emily Nimmo, telephone: 01158467544.

Alternatively, email RSP Support or phone 0845 257 6860.