Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione     
Zoppi F., Castelli D., Simon T. Open knowledge on e-Infrastructures: the BELIEF project digital library. In: IST-Africa 2010 - IST-Africa 2010 Conference, 19-21 May 2010, Durban, South Africa (Durban, South Africa, 9-21 May 2010). Proceedings, article n. TBD. IST-Africa 2010 Conference Proceedings, 2010.
The BELIEF Project is a Coordination Action funded by the European Commission in the context of the FP6 and FP7 Programmes. It aims to create a platform where e-Infrastructures providers and users can collaborate and exchange knowledge, ensuring that e-Infrastructures are developed and effectively used worldwide, filling the gap separating the e-Infrastructures providers from the users, and thus contribute to the emergence of a competitive knowledge-based economy. To create this synergy among multi-disciplinary communities, BELIEF created a one-stop-shop providing a Portal and a Digital Library with a huge number of e-Infrastructures open access publications. The Digital Library offers uniform access to multimedia documentation providing continuously updated information on e-Infrastructures-related projects, initiatives and events. The contents are harvested from different sources, such as projects web sites, repositories and databases. The DL - implemented on top of the OpenDLib Digital Library Management System - provides services to support the submission, description, searching, browsing, retrieval, access, preservation and visualization of multimedia documents. Although designed to meet the needs of the e-Infrastructures community, the technology adopted by BELIEF can be easily adapted to meet the information and collaborative needs of other scientific communities.
Subject Digital Library Management System
Open Access
H.3.7 Digital Libraries

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