Research information management in the United States
Research information management (RIM) is a rapidly growing area of investment in U.S research universities. This two-part report series provides a first-of-its-kind documentation of RIM practices at U.S research universities by presenting a thorough examination of RIM practices, goals, stakeholders and system components.
Social interoperability in research support: cross-campus partnerships and the university research enterprise
This report defines social interoperability and describes the network of campus units involved in major areas of university research support services. It concludes by offering recommendations for cultivating successful cross-campus relationships.
Practices and patterns in research information management: findings from a global survey
This report contributes to a growing body of work from OCLC to better understand research information management (RIM) practices, including their regional differences, as well as the growing interoperability imperative between siloed sources of data—both internal and external.
The realities of Research Data Management - Part Four: Sourcing and scaling university RDM services
This final report of the four part series examines the sourcing and scaling choices made by the four research universities regarding their acquisition of Research Data Management (RDM) capacity.
The realities of Research Data Management - Part Three: Incentives for building university RDM services
This report explore the incentives that inspired the acquisition of RDM capacity on the part of the four research universities described in the case studies.