Collaboration among e-research projects in the UK: an analysis using online research methods
Matthijs Den Besten (),
Robert Ackland (),
Jenny Fry and
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Matthijs Den Besten: CRG - Centre de recherche en gestion - CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique - X - École polytechnique
Jenny Fry: Loughborough University
Ralph Schroeder: Oxford Internet Institute - University of Oxford [Oxford]
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In this chapter, we investigate the use of web-based data for mapping the collaboration dynamics of e-research at the project level. We focus on the web presences of projects that were part of the UK e-Science and e-Social Science programmes, cyberinfrastucture-like efforts that aimed to foster the development of collaboration infrastructure, initially in the sciences and latterly in the social sciences. We explore two different analytic approaches for mapping levels and orientation towards collaboration amongst projects that constitute the UK e-Science and e-Social Science programmes.
Keywords: e-research projects; e-social science; Uk e-social science programme; scientific communication (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in Murugan Anandarajan & Asokan Anandarajan. e-Research collaboration – Theory, techniques and challenges,, Springer, pp.153-166, 2010
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