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Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure

The OpenAIRE "Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructures" highlight the subject-specific requirements to get an in-depth understanding of today's research infrastructures and future needs. They cover five different disciplines, that of

 

  • Health and Life Sciences (Chapter B, G)
  • Information and Communication Technology (Chapter C)
  • Environment data (Chapter F)
  • Socio-economic sciences and Humanities (Chapter E)
  • e-infrastructures (Chapter D)
The study is published as a book and individual chapters, consisting of
  1. an introduction
  2. six subject-specific case studies from highly qualified subject specialists
  3. a comparative conclusion
The case studies address the correlation between subject specificity, Open Access and infrastructure. They show principles of existing research infrastructures and draw conclusions for a roadmap.
* Chapter A: Meier zu Verl, C., & W. Horstmann. 2011. “Introduction”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 5 - 17.
* Chapter B: Besemer, H., C. Addison, F. Pelloni, E.M. Porcari, & N. Manning-Thomas. 2011. “Agricultural Research”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 19 - 68.
* Chapter C: Spohr, D., & P. Cimiano. 2011. “Information and Communication Technology”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 69 - 124.
* Chapter D: Candela, L., A. Katifori, & P. Manghi. 2011. “e-Infrastructures Area”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 126 - 163.
* Chapter E: Hogenaar, A. , H. Tjalsma, & M. Priddy. 2011. “Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 165 - 213.
* Chapter F: Hamann, I. . 2011. “Climate Research”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 216 - 309.
* Chapter G: McEntyre, J. , & A. Swan. 2011. “Health Sciences”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 312 - 357.
* Chapter H: Meier zu Verl, C., & W. Horstmann. 2011. “Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure - Attempt at a Synthesis”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 345 - 366.

 


 

Book

  • Editors C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.). 2011. Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek.
    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2390/PUB-2011-1

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