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  • 1. VRE Toolkit: Plans and Expections Peter Verhaar British Library, London 22 March 2011
  • 2. Collaboration on VREs
  • 3.
    • Utrecht University
      • “ Partner in Science” programme; currently ca. 35 ‘Virtual Knowledge Centres’
      • Disciplines: Geosciences, Humanities, Law, Medicine Science, Social and Behavioural Sciences, Veterinary Medicine
    • Leiden University
      • Start of VRE programme in 2009; experimentation with RIC 1.0
      • Disciplines: Humanities (History, Archaeology, Linguistics, Media Studies), Political Science (Counter-terrorism), Law
    VRE Projects
  • 4. Reference Management
  • 5. Public websites
  • 6. Data Management
    • Storage in Dataverse Network
    • SharePoint as front-end
  • 7. Identity Management
    • Identity providers (Universities)
    • Service providers (Publishers)
  • 8. Organisation of conferences
  • 9.
    • National project on VREs
    • Funded by SURF
    • VRE development
      • Integration of Reference Management Systems (Zotero, Mendeley)
      • Integration of data repositories (DVN)
      • Repository Integration (DSpace)
    Contributions to RIC 2.0