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Paper ID: 2733

e-Research Infrastructure Development and Community
Voss,Alex Mascord,Matthew Fraser,Michael Jirotka,Marina Procter,Rob Halfpenny,Peter Fergusson,David Atkinson,Malcolm Dunn,Stuart Blanke,Tobias Hughes,Lorna Anderson,Sheila

Appeared in: UK All Hands Meeting
Page Numbers:477 - 484
Publisher: N/A
Year: 2007
ISBN/ISSN: 978-0-9553988-3-4
Contributing Organisation(s): National Centre for eSocial Science, Oxford eResearch Centre, National eScience Centre, Arts and Humanities eScience Support Centre
Field of Science: e-Science

URL: http://www.allhands.org.uk/2007/proceedings/papers/866.pdf

Abstract: The UK and wider international e-Research initiatives are entering a critical phase in which they need to move from the development of the basic underlying technology, demonstrators, prototypes and early applications to wider adoption and the development of stable infrastructures. In this paper we will review existing work on studies of infrastructure and community development, requirements elicitation for existing services as well as work within the arts and humanities and the social sciences to establish e-Research in these communities. We then describe two projects recently funded by JISC to study barriers to adoption and responses to them as well as use cases and service usage models.

Keywords: up-take


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