Today's librarians need to be technology-savvy information experts who understand how to manage datasets. Demystifying eResearch: A Primer for Librarians prepares librarians for careers that involve eResearch, clearly defining what it is and how it impacts library services and collections, explaining key terms and concepts, and explaining the importance of the field. You will come to understand exactly how the use of networked computing technologies enhances and supports collaboration and innovative methods particularly in scientific research, learn about eResearch library initiatives and best practices, and recognize the professional development opportunities that eResearch offers. This book takes the broad approach to the complex topic of eResearch and how it pertains to the library community, providing an introduction that will be accessible to readers without a background in electronic research. The author presents a conceptual overview of eResearch with real-world examples of electronic research activities to quickly increase your familiarity with eResearch and awareness of the current state of eResearch librarianship.http://microsites.oii.ox.ac.uk/tidsr/system/files/TIDSR_FinalReport_20July 2009. pdf (accessed April 14, 2014). ... aThe Short Guide to the Digital Humanities. ... American Literature 74, no. 4 (2002): 833a57. Sullivan, Graeme, ed. Art Practice as Research: Inquiry in Visual Arts. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2010 .
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