Cyberinfrastructure, Data, and Libraries, Part 1: A Cyberinfrastructure Primer for Librarians

@article{Gold2007CyberinfrastructureDA,
  title={Cyberinfrastructure, Data, and Libraries, Part 1: A Cyberinfrastructure Primer for Librarians},
  author={Anna Keller Gold},
  journal={D-Lib Magazine},
  year={2007},
  volume={13}
}
E-Science, cyberinfrastructure – these ideas are at the heart of the great ambitions and promise of science in the new century. The last several decades of networkand computer-enabled work in science have produced untold amounts of data, leading to the challenge of developing practices to manage and provide access to this data. Along with oceans of data and technology, changes in the conduct and nature of science – notably new collaborative and computational science practices – present both… CONTINUE READING
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