Bibliodiversité et accès ouvert | Blogo-numericus 2014-06-13


[From Google's English] "At the cloud , software as a service ( SAS) , the big data and global giants digital, it seems impossible to avoid the debate on European iniatives in digital research infrastructures. In this area, the awareness of 2006 and has been ... U.S. [2] . Since then, it has spread to European actors, including through the ESFRI roadmap [3] , which introduced its digital agenda. Address the situation of humanities and social sciences (SHS) in this area involves establishing a modest resources mobilized, which remains out of proportion scientific issues mobilized. Reading the Strategy report on research infrastructures (2010) is, in this respect, particularly instructive. Focusing on the construction costs of the European ESFRI infrastructures in all disciplines, we find that the SHS represent only 1% of this cost [4] . However, the issues of construction, mobilization and reuse, interconnection, storage, dissemination and exploitation of data, results and publications are major SHS [5] , both from a scientific point of view (set to digital to increase the cumulative results) as a societal perspective profit. It is not by chance that H2020 identifies culture as a structuring axis of development of Europe ..."


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Date tagged:

06/13/2014, 07:59

Date published:

06/13/2014, 05:56