E-Research and Supporting Cyberinfrastructure: Next Steps Within Our Institutions. ARL/CNI Forum 15 October 2004 Brian E. C. Schottlaender University Librarian University of California, San Diego. Change. Change in scholarship is big, deep, complex, long-term, technical, social, cultural
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E-Research and Supporting Cyberinfrastructure:Next Steps Within Our Institutions
15 October 2004
Brian E. C. Schottlaender
University of California, San Diego
ARL will be a leader in the development of effective, extensible, sustainable, and economically viable systems of scholarly communication.
ARL will influence information and other public policies, both nationally and internationally, that govern the way information is managed and made available.
ARL will promote and facilitate new and expanding roles for ARL libraries in the transformations affecting research and undergraduate and graduate education.