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Services in a research infrastructure - an attempt to review current definitions and their implications

Laure Barbot; Andrea Scharnhorst;
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  • Published: 25 Nov 2020
Abstract
Services are one of the defining elements for research infrastructures, but how to define a service is less clear. In the broadest sense any support for research practices at different stages (as described in the Scholarly Primitives) can be perceived as a service. If we follow the definition of research infrastructures as knowledge infrastructures [1] than both support of the staff working in and with the infrastructure and all the equipment they work with potentially count as service. In DARIAH's strategic plan, services are defined exactly in this broad sense. As DARIAH pillars via which services are provided we find the Marketplace; Working groups; Foresight...
Subjects
free text keywords: Research Infrastructure, service, ERIC, DARIAH
Communities
DARIAH EU
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