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Title: Scientific Information Review. CSI – uncovering the services
Authors: Končić, Ivana
Jurković, Sanja
Žugaj, Martina
Lovorka, Čaja
Keywords: Subject::Library services
Subject::Open science
Subject::Scientific research
Issue Date: 23-Oct-2023
Publisher: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Series/Report no.: 88th IFLA World Library and Information Congress (WLIC), 2023 Rotterdam;Poster Sessions
Abstract: The Ruđer Bošković Institute's Centre for Scientific Information (CSI) is a driving force in advancing research and innovation in Croatia. As a team, we understand the importance and are dedicated to fostering open science practices and supporting researchers in making their work accessible. CROSBI, our key resource, holds bibliographic records of scientific papers by Croatian authors and in local journals. Šestar offers data on scientific instruments, and POIROT tracks project activities. Recently integrated into CroRIS, Croatian Research Information System, these databases form a comprehensive national system providing information and services related to science and research. We also offer cloud storage services through MojOblak platform, and facilitate sharing and preservation of research documents and data for our researchers through repositories Fulir and Fulir DATA. Our training and support initiatives empower researchers with skills in open science, research methodology, and data analysis. Frequent workshops and seminars we provide, foster peer learning and networking. We are committed to our mission of supporting and promoting open science practices, emphasizing collaboration and knowledge sharing to inspire researchers and foster a culture of innovation with a positive impact on society.
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