A Scientific Digital Library in Context: An Earth Radiation Budget Experiment Collection in the Atmospheric Sciences Data Center Digital Library
Houston, Texas USA
May 27, 2003 to May 31, 2003
Michelle Ferebee , NASA Langley Research Center
Gregory Boeshaar , NASA Langley Research Center
Kathryn Bush , Science Applications International Corp.
Judy Hertz , Riotsystems
At the NASA Langley Research Center, the Earth Radiation Budget Experiment (ERBE) Data Management Team and the Atmospheric Sciences Data Center are developing a digital collection for the ERBE project. The main goal is long-term preservation of a comprehensive information environment. The secondary goal is to provide a context for these data products by centralizing the 25-year research project?s scattered information elements. The development approach incorporates elements of rapid prototyping and user-centered design in a standards-based implementation. A working prototype is in testing with a small number of users.
Digital library, Design, ERBE, narrative materials, rapid prototyping, long-term data preservation, user-centered design, permanent access, atmospheric science
Michelle Ferebee, Gregory Boeshaar, Kathryn Bush, Judy Hertz, "A Scientific Digital Library in Context: An Earth Radiation Budget Experiment Collection in the Atmospheric Sciences Data Center Digital Library", JCDL, 2003, Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on, Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on 2003, pp. 256, doi:10.1109/JCDL.2003.1204932