Daphne Duin

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Research evaluation should take into account the intended scholarly and non-scholarly audiences of the research output. This holds too for research infrastructures, which often aim at serving a large variety of audiences. With research and research infrastructures moving to the web, new possibilities are emerging for evaluation metrics. This paper proposes(More)
We understand e-science as having two strands: 1) Collecting, organizing and analyzing often large scale digital data of various kinds, and the tools and infrastructure needed for that; 2) the study of the heterogeneous factors that influence the design, uptake and use of e-science tools and infrastructures. Or in other words, we distinguish between(More)
The research environment of scholars is increasingly web-based. This makes it urgent to study the effects of moving to the Web on research practices, scholarly output and innovation. We propose a theoretical framework and a methodology to study these effects. In a pilot study, we apply theory and method on an online community in biodiversity research, to(More)
Support systems play an important role for the communication between users and developers of software. We studied two support systems, an issues tracker and an email service available for Scratchpads, a Web 2.0 social networking tool that enables communities to build, share, manage and publish biodiversity information on the Web. Our aim was to identify(More)
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