Practices and Patterns in Research Information Management: Findings from a Global Survey | Rebecca Bryant et al. | Dublin, OH: OCLC Research

Based on a representative, convenience-sample survey of 381 respondents from 44 countries conducted in 2017-2018, this research report explores the complexity of the information system workflows, their interoperability issues and institutional metadata management, such as in the Open Access domain.

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Go to the profile of Pablo Markin
over 3 years ago

As this report suggests, for libraries around the world cross-organizational collaboration is likely to be necessary for the provision of Open Access-related support services, because Open Access involves multiple internal and external stakeholders, metadata management processes and expertise building.