1) Scripts are provided to query periodically bibliographic databases such as: PubMed, Scopus, Web of Science
2) Deduplications can be used to merge found records in multiple sources or previously entered.
3) SOAP WebServices for READ-ONLY access to CRIS information
4) DSpace-CRIS is more machine friendly than never. It supports the following signposting patterns: Author, Identifier, Publication Boundary
5) Integrated with bibliometric database (PubMed Central Cited by, Scopus and Web of Science)
6) ORCiD integration for both public and member APIs
DSpace-CRIS provides the most effective integration with ORCID for both public and member APIs.
To create a new record, the system by default allows any person to capture information directly from ORCID:
Then it's possible to connect local profiles with the ORCID registry from the Researcher Page. There's a specific “ORCiD tab” to do so:
Another important feature allows the transfer of information from the repository to the ORCID Registry and viceversa, through the synchronization preferences:
So the items in your repository will then appear in your ORCiD profile:
Finally, external researchers can use their ORCiD profiles to login into the system: