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Abstract: This multi-disciplinary, international conference on e-Research will be held at the University of Oxford from 11-13 September 2008. It is being organized by a consortium of research projects in association with the journal Information Communication and Society (iCS). The conference seeks to stimulate and inform multi-disciplinary research on the development, use and implications of information and communication technologies (ICTs), like the Internet, in shaping research across the disciplines. It will bring together research from key e-Research projects from around the world examining the role of the Internet, Web and the Grid in research. The conference seeks to facilitate scholarly communication and publication on this topic, and help foster a broader public understanding of the significance of this area to the sciences and humanities as well as to the public at large.
|Conference Organising Body:||Oxford Internet Institute|
- A climate of trust: perceptions of legitimate authority in a volunteer computing project
Jirotka, Marina; Carusi, Annamaria; Darch, Peter
- A virtual research environment for the study of documents and manuscripts
Bowman, A. K.; Pybus, J.; Kirkham, R.; Crowther, C. V.
- Century-of-Information Research (CIR): a strategy for research and innovation in the Century of Information
Atkinson, Malcolm P.; Jeffreys, Paul W.
- Contractual frameworks for collaborative innovation in Australian e-Research
Fitzgerald, Brian; Austin, Anthony
- Cyberinfrastructure facilitators: new approaches to information professionals for e-Research
Oakleaf, Megan; Cogburn, Derrick; Stanton, Jeffrey; Lankes, R. David
- Digital and heritage: vast and not so simple expectations
Ferrario, Maria Angela
- Enhancing e-research through the Kiwi Advanced Research and Education Network - the Aotearoa | New Zealand experience
Carver, Julian; Patfield, Dean; Williams, Tracy
- Experience of e-Social Science: a case of Andy Turner and MoSeS
- Legal framework for e-Research: realising the potential
- Microworld simulation in childcare social work: investigating risk, blame and performance management
Peckover, Sue; Pithouse, Andy; Wastell, David; Broadhurst, Karen; White, Sue; Hall, Chris
- Ontology building as a social-technical process: a case study
Lin, Yuwei; Procter, Rob; Job, Dominic; Harris, Jonathan; Ure, Jenny; Sharrock, Wes; Lawrie, Stephen; Randall, Dave; Goble, Carol; Rector, Alan; Poschen, Meik; Kola, Jay (Subbarao)
- Overcoming barriers to the creation of eLearning materials for GeoVUE' NeoGeographic outputs
Argüello Casteleiro, Mercedes; Lin, Yuwei; Latif, Farzana; Baird, Kenny
- Parameters and visions: dataflows in computational and mathematical biology
Jirotka, Marina; Carusi, Annamaria
- Paths to wider adoption of e-Infrastructures services
Hughes, Lorna; Dunn, Stuart; van der Meer, Elizabeth; Fragkouli, Elpiniki; Voss, Alex; Anderson, Sheila; Atkinson, Malcolm; Halfpenny, Peter; Asgari-Targhi, Marzieh; Proctor, Rob; Fergusson, Dave
- Replication of FLOSS research as eResearch
Wiggins, Andrea; Crowston, Kevin; Howison, James
- Sustaining e-Science in the interplay between infrastructures and scientific activity: the case of SwissBioGrid
Schroeder, Ralph; den Besten, Matthijs; Thomas, Arthur
- Talking 'bout a revolution: Framing e-Research as a computerization movement
de la Flor, Grace; Meyer, Eric T.
- The UK e-Social Science Research Programme: a progress report
Voss, Alex; Halfpenny, Peter; Procter, Rob; Lin, Yu-Wei
- The tools of networked individuals: parallel patterns and strategies for governmental and research institutions
Dutton, William H.; Eynon, Rebecca
- The transformation of scientific communication systems in the digital age: towards a methodology for comparing scientific communication cultures
Velden, Theresa; Lagoze, Carl
- Towards a collective Knowledge Base: sharing the expertise acquired on developing Grid-based e-Science and e-Social Science applications
Ekin, P.; Peters, S.; Argüello, M.
- Towards a participatory infrastructure for research in deliberative democracy
Kennedy, Catriona; Christian, Julie; Griggs, Steven; Humphreys, Glyn; Theodoropoulos, Georgios; Skelcher, Chris
- Transforming the study of Australian literature through a collaborative eResearch environment
Hunter, Jane; Gerber, Anna; Kilner, Kerry
- Unseen professional learning mediated by networked technology in an academic context
- Using technology to enhance research practice: analysing the use of ICT and e-science by academic researchers
- We have just entered the Wright Brothers phase of the digital era': data management and practice in the eResearch era
Weaver, Belinda; Henty, Margaret
- Web science
- Will the data deluge improve or impair the quality of scholarship?
Borgman, Christine L.
|is referenced by: Century-of-Information Research Strategy|