Does eScience need digital libraries?

Sumner T, Heery R, Hunter J, Lossau N, Wright M (2005)
In: Research and advanced technology for digital libraries. Rauber A (Ed); Lecture notes in computer science, 3652. Berlin: Springer: 475-476.

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eScience has emerged as an important framework for dramatically rethinking the conduct of scientific research using information technology. There is an unparalleled opportunity for the international eScience and digital library communities to create shared infrastructure to support the conduct of science from end-to-end; i.e., from hypothesis generation, to collecting and analyzing scientific data, to the reporting of research outcomes, and the inclusion of scientific data and models in teaching and learning processes. For this vision to be realized, the two communities must establish a shared vision and research agenda encompassing several critical dimensions, including differences in theoretical and methodological approaches, and collaboration goals. Additionally, for the benefits of eScience and digital libraries to be fully realized, it is vital to establish a shared vision of the broader impact of this work for educators, learners, and the general public.
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9th European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries (ECDL 2005)
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Vienna, AUSTRIA
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2005-09-18 – 2005-09-23
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Sumner T, Heery R, Hunter J, Lossau N, Wright M. Does eScience need digital libraries? In: Rauber A, ed. Research and advanced technology for digital libraries. Lecture notes in computer science. Vol 3652. Berlin: Springer; 2005: 475-476.
Sumner, T., Heery, R., Hunter, J., Lossau, N., & Wright, M. (2005). Does eScience need digital libraries? In A. Rauber (Ed.), Lecture notes in computer science: Vol. 3652. Research and advanced technology for digital libraries (pp. 475-476). Berlin: Springer.
Sumner, T., Heery, R., Hunter, J., Lossau, N., and Wright, M. (2005). “Does eScience need digital libraries?” in Research and advanced technology for digital libraries, Rauber, A. ed. Lecture notes in computer science, vol. 3652, (Berlin: Springer), 475-476.
Sumner, T., et al., 2005. Does eScience need digital libraries? In A. Rauber, ed. Research and advanced technology for digital libraries. Lecture notes in computer science. no.3652 Berlin: Springer, pp. 475-476.
T. Sumner, et al., “Does eScience need digital libraries?”, Research and advanced technology for digital libraries, A. Rauber, ed., Lecture notes in computer science, vol. 3652, Berlin: Springer, 2005, pp.475-476.
Sumner, T., Heery, R., Hunter, J., Lossau, N., Wright, M.: Does eScience need digital libraries? In: Rauber, A. (ed.) Research and advanced technology for digital libraries. Lecture notes in computer science. 3652, p. 475-476. Springer, Berlin (2005).
Sumner, T, Heery, R, Hunter, J, Lossau, N, and Wright, M. “Does eScience need digital libraries?”. Research and advanced technology for digital libraries. Ed. Andreas Rauber. Berlin: Springer, 2005.Vol. 3652. Lecture notes in computer science. 475-476.
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