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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

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

  • Change in scholarship is big, deep, complex, long-term, technical, social, cultural

  • Change will fundamentally reconfigure core activities of the academy

  • Shift from acquiring to managing

  • Shift from generating/pushing to receiving/pulling


Collaboration

Collaboration

  • THOMAS: Before we can fully collaborate externally, we need to learn to do so internally.

  • ATKINS: must find better ways of collaborating on development of middleware and common-operated digital libraries

  • COURANT: the value everywhere of cooperation instead of competition


Synergy

Synergy

  • “Alignment of mutual self-interest” between libraries/museums/archives – users –

    computing community

  • Learning, Engagement, Research


Issues

Issues

  • Barrier-Free Access

  • Content integrity

  • Content curation

  • Content persistence/archiving

  • Content federation

  • Domain expertise

  • Cost/Funding

  • Expectations (high and low)


Arl strategic directions 2005 2009 summary

ARLStrategic Directions (2005–2009):Summary

  • Strategic Direction I:

    ARL will be a leader in the development of effective, extensible, sustainable, and economically viable systems of scholarly communication.

  • Strategic Direction II:

    ARL will influence information and other public policies, both nationally and internationally, that govern the way information is managed and made available.

  • Strategic Direction III:

    ARL will promote and facilitate new and expanding roles for ARL libraries in the transformations affecting research and undergraduate and graduate education.


Strategic directions 2005 2009 interdependent transformative

Strategic Directions (2005–2009):Interdependent :: Transformative


Ci enabled learning engagement and research clear

CI-enabled Learning, Engagement And Research (CLEAR)

Pasteur’s Quadrant

Numerous collaboratories

Global Seminars

Increasing

CKC

Movement

Openess

Movement


Next steps

Next Steps?

  • Drive it up,

  • Drive it down,

  • But drive it!


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