Call for Chapters: E-Research Collaboration-Frameworks, Tools and Techniques
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This call for chapters seeks foundation-building research on e-research collaboration issues in the Arts and Humanity, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Life Sciences, Engineering, Medicine and Business disciplines.
E-Research Collaboration can be defined as the use of information communication technologies which enable the collaboration among individuals/group engaged in a research project. These technologies can range from email to enterprise packages and online software services.
While we have seen the unprecedented growth of social networking tools such as MySpace, Facebook and Linkedin, these were primarily designed for social purposes. It is only in the last year that we have begun to see the emergence of research-based social networking tools. These tools, for example, MyNetResearch and 2Collab, can facilitate collaborative environments to orchestrate interaction within networks of researchers, partners, and customers to boost creativity and innovation. E-Research collaboration technologies can supply seamless connectivity to allow work anywhere and anytime.
Topics: We invite researchers and practitioners to contribute chapters to this unique and very timely reference source. Chapters will be no more 5,000 words, contain no more than 25 references, 3-4 tables, 3-4 figures. Chapters will be double-blind peer reviewed to ensure rigor and relevance.
Interdisciplinary works as well as industry-academic joint research efforts are especially welcome. For the full description of this Call for Chapters, go to: http://www.mynetresearch.com/Resources.aspx?id=%2012
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