Příprava a provozování výzkumné infrastruktury jako doména informačních profesionálů

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Design and management of the research infrastructure as a domain of information professionals
Author: Lorenz, Michal
Source document: ProInflow. 2017, vol. 9, iss. 2, pp. 74-101
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Příspěvek představuje změny ve vědecké komunikaci v souvislosti s Digital Humanities, tematizuje vztah Digital Humanities s knihovnictvím. Věnuje pozornost problémům při budování výzkumných infrastruktur, které vyplývají z teorií infrastruktur v informační vědě, v Digital Humanities, v mediálních a feministických studiích a v teorii údržby. Představuje výzkumnou infrastrukturu DARIAH a snahu o vytvoření jejího uzlu v České republice s přehledem vybraných zjištění o stavu výzkumných infrastruktur na Filozofické fakultě Masarykovy univerzity, která plánuje aktivní účast na budování lokálního uzlu sítě DARIAH. V závěru příspěvek na základě teorií infrastruktur a provedeného průzkumu popisuje roli informačního profesionála při designu, managementu a zajišťování služeb vědecké komunitě výzkumnými infrastrukturami.
The paper introduces changes in scientific communication in context of Digital Humanities and its relationship with library science. It draws attention to the problems of building research infrastructures as described in infrastructure theories in information science, Digital Humanities, media and feminist studies, and maintenance theory. Then it presents the research infrastructure of DARIAH and the effort to create its node in the Czech Republic with an overview of selected findings on the situation of research infrastructures at the Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University, which plans to participate actively in building the local node of the DARIAH network. In conclusion, the contribution on the basis of infrastructure theories and the conducted survey describes the role of an information professional in the design, management and provision of services to the scientific community through research infrastructures.
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