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The Scholarly Infrastructure Technical Summit @ eResearch Australasia 2011

The Scholarly Infrastructure Technical Summit @ eResearch Australasia 2011
The Scholarly Infrastructure Technical Summit @ eResearch Australasia 2011
Scholarly Infrastructure Technical Summit (SITS) meetings are designed to share technical operational experience between CTOs, Lead Developers and Head System Administrators so as to assure that internationally we are all DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself) i.e. saving technical operational money by learning from each other's previous experiences.

Iteration four of the International Scholarly Infrastructure Technical Summit meeting following events in London and California and Geneva took place in Australia alongside the 2011 eResearch Conference (eXtreme eResearch).

The eResearch conference brings together CTOs and CIOs from various Universities whose job it is to provide, work with and support IT services for scientific research projects. This was a first for SITS, which previously had seen a mix of researchers and those working on the fringes of institutional IT infrastructure. The Australian focus on supporting research directly thus provided the 4th new platform for the SITS meetings, one closest to the infrastructure itself.
researcher identity, orcid and disambiguation assessment of research, impacts & outputs linking data to publications for discourse preservation of software, sustainability of software and data, better harvesting, better usage data synchronisation of resources, linked data - applied nano-publications
Tarrant, David
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Carr, Leslie
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Tarrant, David
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Carr, Leslie
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Tarrant, David (2011) The Scholarly Infrastructure Technical Summit @ eResearch Australasia 2011. Carr, Leslie (ed.) At Scholarly Infrastructure Technical Summit Scholarly Infrastructure Technical Summit, Australia. 11 - 12 Nov 2011.

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Abstract

Scholarly Infrastructure Technical Summit (SITS) meetings are designed to share technical operational experience between CTOs, Lead Developers and Head System Administrators so as to assure that internationally we are all DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself) i.e. saving technical operational money by learning from each other's previous experiences.

Iteration four of the International Scholarly Infrastructure Technical Summit meeting following events in London and California and Geneva took place in Australia alongside the 2011 eResearch Conference (eXtreme eResearch).

The eResearch conference brings together CTOs and CIOs from various Universities whose job it is to provide, work with and support IT services for scientific research projects. This was a first for SITS, which previously had seen a mix of researchers and those working on the fringes of institutional IT infrastructure. The Australian focus on supporting research directly thus provided the 4th new platform for the SITS meetings, one closest to the infrastructure itself.

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Published date: 11 November 2011
Venue - Dates: Scholarly Infrastructure Technical Summit, Australia, 2011-11-11 - 2011-11-12
Keywords: researcher identity, orcid and disambiguation assessment of research, impacts & outputs linking data to publications for discourse preservation of software, sustainability of software and data, better harvesting, better usage data synchronisation of resources, linked data - applied nano-publications
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 334388
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/334388
PURE UUID: 312d8cb2-1fd4-4c23-9391-8b944696d7ac
ORCID for Leslie Carr: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-2113-9680

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Date deposited: 06 Mar 2012 20:47
Last modified: 06 Jun 2018 13:19

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