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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

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

  • Change will fundamentally reconfigure core activities of the academy

  • Shift from acquiring to managing

  • Shift from generating/pushing to receiving/pulling


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

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

    computing community

  • Learning, Engagement, Research


Issues

  • Barrier-Free Access

  • Content integrity

  • Content curation

  • Content persistence/archiving

  • Content federation

  • Domain expertise

  • Cost/Funding

  • Expectations (high and low)


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


CI-enabled Learning, Engagement And Research (CLEAR)

Pasteur’s Quadrant

Numerous collaboratories

Global Seminars

Increasing

CKC

Movement

Openess

Movement


Next Steps?

  • Drive it up,

  • Drive it down,

  • But drive it!


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