Developing the Capability and Skills to Support eResearch
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|Title:||Developing the Capability and Skills to Support eResearch|
|Citation:||Henty, M. (2008). Developing the Capability and Skills to Support eResearch. Ariadne 55, April 2008. http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue55/henty/|
The growing capacity of ICT to contribute to research of all kinds has excited researchers the world over as they invent new ways of conducting research and enjoy the benefits of bigger and more sophisticated computers and communications systems to support measurement, analysis, collaboration and publishing. The expanding rate of ICT development is matched by the numbers of people wanting to join in this funfest, by growth in the amount of data being generated, and by demands for new and improved hardware, software, networks, and data storage. Governments and research funders, too, are keen to exploit the potential for new discoveries which may bring societal benefits and a return on their financial investment.
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