Welcome to the AARC wiki
The AARC project aims to better integrate existing AAIs operated to date for R&E purposes to facilitate sharing of research results across disciplines.
AARC works concentrates on some key areas, namely:
- Design a blueprint architecture to facilitate the creation of inter-operable AAIs.
- To harmonise procedures and policies to ease cross-discipline collaboration and to facilitate the integration of (commercial) services deemed critical for the R&E community.
- To develope training modules for different user-communities and resource providers to enable them to use federated access.
- To Pilot policy frameworks and critical components of the proposed integrated AAI in existing infrastructures.
Outreach and dissemination will complement the above work. During the first months the project has defined a dissemination strategy dissemination-strategyv1_0.docxto ensure that key messages are known.
To achieve this the project brings together 20 partners including national research and education networking (NREN) organisations, libraries, and research and education e-infrastructure.
Although funding is only available to project partners, AARC welcomes anybody who is interested in providing feedback to the AARC work.
If you have any questions about the project or you are interested in getting invovled please do not hesitate to contact the Project Coordinator Licia Florio (email@example.com) or Sigita Jurkynaite (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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