Knowledge Access through Libraries in the United Digital Market
Keywords:Open Access, Digital Libraries, Open Science Cloud, Research Data Alliance
AbstractThe European Open Science Cloud and the strategy for unified digital market are corner stones in the way of Europe's economy, industry, and society to the new digital era. In this paper, we will analyze how digital libraries can be best utilized for knowledge access and sharing in the new digital market.
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