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Researchers and the Petabyte Go Global: Preparing the Next Generation of Innovators
May 13, 2014 | A session at the EDUCAUSE LIVE! - Researchers and the Petabyte Go Global

New technologies and new cloud infrastructures are changing the landscape of research for all researchers, not just those working in computer science and informatics. Fundamental changes in scale…

Five New Paradigms for Science and an Introduction to DataONE
March 21, 2012

William Michener ( wmichene@unm.edu ) is Professor and Director of e-Science Initiatives for University Libraries at the University of New Mexico. He is Project Director for Data Obser…

Engineering Informatics for Bio-Inspired Robots
October 16, 2007

Engineering Informatics for Bio-Inspired Robots is an NSF-funded project trying to break down barriers to collaboration between engineering and computer science departments. Faculty members parti…

"Doing Much More Than We Have So Far Attempted"
August 29, 2007

© 2007 Donald J. Waters. The text of this article is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License ( http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ ). EDUCAUSE Rev…

GPN: Integrating Shibboleth, Grid, and Bioinformatics
January 1, 2006

The Great Plains Network (GPN) is a regional consortium of public universities in seven states: Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and South Dakota. This effective prac…

Academic Analytics: The Uses of Management Information and Technology in Higher Education Roadmap
December 12, 2005

Since the 1980s, higher education has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on administrative technologies to improve access to information. Institutions implemented new enterprise resource plann…

Academic Analytics: The Uses of Management Information and Technology in Higher Education - Key Findings
December 12, 2005

These Key Findings describe the major discoveries of the ECAR research study called "Academic Analytics: The Uses of Management Information and Technology in Higher Education". Since th…

Academic Analytics: The Uses of Management Information and Technology in Higher Education
December 12, 2005

Abstract Since the 1980s, higher education has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on administrative technologies to improve access to information. Institutions implemented new enterprise …

Informatics and Knowledge Management for Faculty Research Data
January 18, 2005

This research bulletin describes the results of a study conducted at the University of California, Santa Barbara, into systems and project requirements for informatics in a broad range of scienti…

Bioinformatics: New Technology Models for Research, Education, and Service
April 13, 2004

Bioinformatics applies principles of information sciences and technologies to complex life sciences data. Life sciences research and education are increasingly dependent on bioinformatics and adv…

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