Cyberinfrastructure
In the USA

Three Layers of Cyberinfrastructure
Below Cyberinfrastructure:
Above Cyberinfrastructure:
Cyberinfrastructure Itself
What’Äôs A Cyberinfrastructure For?
Cyberinfrastructure is Shared’Ķ
’ĶBut Cyberinfrastructure
is not Digital Plumbing
Shared CI for the Sciences
Shared CI for the Sciences
CI that H&SS Could Share with the Sciences & Engineering
Shared CI For Humanities and Social Sciences?
Shared CI for H&SS (cont.)
Professional Development/Training
Tools for Interpretation
How H&SS Differ From Science
How H&SS Differ From Science
From The Draft Report: Challenges
From The Draft Report: Challenges (cont.)
Preservation & the Value of the Original
Constituents, Content, Curation
Interdependence and Reusability
From The Draft Report: Obstacles
From The Draft Report: Obstacles (cont.)
Privacy
Privacy
Copyright
Copyright
Recommendation 1
Recommendation 2
Recommendation 3
Recommendation 4
Recommendation 5
Recommendation 6
Recommendation 7
Commission Members
Paul Courant
Provost, Economics
University of Michigan
Sarah Fraser
Art History
Northwestern University
Mike Goodchild
Geography
UCSG
Margaret Hedstrom
School of Information
University of Michigan
Charles Henry
VP & CIO
Rice University
Peter B. Kaufman
VP, Innodata-Isogen
President, Intelligent Television
Jerome McGann
English
University of Virginia
Roy Rosenzweig
History
George Mason University
John Unsworth (Chair)
Library and Information Science
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Bruce Zuckerman
Religion
University of Southern California

Schedule
Goals
http://www.acls.org/cyberinfrastructure/cyber.htm