A Vision for Open Cyber-Scholarly Infrastructures
AbstractThe characteristics of modern science, i.e., data-intensive, multidisciplinary, open, and heavily dependent on Internet technologies, entail the creation of a linked scholarly record that is online and open. Instrumental in making this vision happen is the development of the next generation of Open Cyber-Scholarly Infrastructures (OCIs), i.e., enablers of an open, evolvable, and extensible scholarly ecosystem. The paper delineates the evolving scenario of the modern scholarly record and describes the functionality of future OCIs as well as the radical changes in scholarly practices including new reading, learning, and information-seeking practices enabled by OCIs. View Full-Text
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Thanos, C. A Vision for Open Cyber-Scholarly Infrastructures. Publications 2016, 4, 13.
Thanos C. A Vision for Open Cyber-Scholarly Infrastructures. Publications. 2016; 4(2):13.Chicago/Turabian Style
Thanos, Costantino. 2016. "A Vision for Open Cyber-Scholarly Infrastructures." Publications 4, no. 2: 13.
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