Author Archives: Sarah Wrays

Session 3: Survival of R&D and Repositories

Audio from the session [audio:http://www.jisc.ac.uk/media/avfiles/events/2008/07/session3a.mp3] To downlod the MP3 click here This session focused on the idea that the uptake of technology and innovation is not only a technical issue. The human aspects that came up in session 1 were discussed in this session – from the software and repositories perspective. Neil Chue Hong from … Read more

Session 2: Opposing approaches attract

Audio from the session [audio:http://www.jisc.ac.uk/media/avfiles/events/2008/07/session2a.mp3] To downlod the MP3 click here Opposing approaches attract Dave de Roure (MyExperiment) University of Southampton, Mercedes Arguello Casteleiro (eius), University of Salford The ‘opposing approaches attract’ session looked at two different, but not completely opposing, ways to find out how people use e-infrastructures and how this information can be … Read more

Session 1: Community engagement and a typology of barriers

Audio from the session [audio:http://www.jisc.ac.uk/media/avfiles/events/2008/07/session1a.mp3] To downlod the MP3 click here Alex Voss (e-uptake project) National Centre for E-Social Science. In this session the e-Uptake project from the JISC User engagement programme looks at the present barriers in uptake of e-Infrastructure in academia. This project is one of three working closely together to get to … Read more