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

Tuesday, 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 information professional: the cyberinfrastructure facilitator (CI-facilitator).

Citation for this work: Gandel, Paul B., Megan Oakleaf, Jeffrey M. Stanton, R. David Lankes, Derrick Cogburn, and Elizabeth D. Liddy. “More People, Not Just More Stuff: Developing a New Vision for Research Cyberinfrastructure” (Research Bulletin, Issue 2). Boulder, CO: EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research, 2009, available from

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