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Information Technologies for eScience: A Preliminary Report from the University of Washington
March 24, 2009

This ECAR research bulletin discusses the key findings of the first two phases of the University of Washington eScience conversations, including important trends related to the need for data mana…

More People, Not Just More Stuff: Developing a New Vision for Research Cyberinfrastructure
January 27, 2009

This ECAR research bulletin highlights a special academic program at the Syracuse University School of Information Studies that has been developed with the express purpose of creating a new infor…

Cyberinfrastructure for the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
January 13, 2009

This research bulletin describes a framework for cyberinfrastructure for the humanities, arts, and social science (HASS) disciplines that is rooted in the history and challenges of those discipli…

IT Engagement in the Future of Medical Education
December 9, 2008

This ECAR research bulletin focuses on how the latest wave of information technology advances is shaping the future of medical education to achieve the reform objectives outlined by the Associat…

Website Redevelopment: A Big Job with a Big Payoff
November 11, 2008

This ECAR research bulletin focuses on what it takes to reposition, reengineer, rebuild, and redevelop an existing university-wide website and structure it for ongoing manageability. It covers we…

Climate Change, Campus Commitments, and IT
September 30, 2008

This ECAR research bulletin analyzes how several IT offices, largely at Maryland colleges and universities, are responding to the challenges issued in the American College & University Pres…

The Academic Library in a 2.0 World
September 16, 2008

This ECAR research bulletin provides a context for the current state of academic libraries and the issues they face in a Web 2.0 world. The literature suggests that library services in higher edu…

Cyberinfrastructure and the Evolution of Higher Education
September 2, 2008

This ECAR research bulletin discusses the role cyberinfrastructure will play as higher education evolves. Changes in the job markets, in higher education research and teaching, and in emerging ac…

Web 2.0, Personal Learning Environments, and the Future of Learning Management Systems
June 24, 2008

This ECAR research bulletin details the arguments emerging in the blogosphere and elsewhere both for and against the learning management system. It examines whether the LMS is destined to continu…

Recasting the Centralization-Decentralization Debate: Advancing the Innovation Support Cycle
May 13, 2008

This research bulletin explores the importance of focusing on innovation in decision-making about IT. Acknowledging the apparent dichotomy between the efficient use of resources in a centralized …

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