The interoperability imperative in research support

In this post on the OCLC Research Blog, Brian Lavoie, Research Scientist in OCLC Research, writes about the 'interoperability imperative'.
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"The interoperability imperative means that in developing research support services, increased attention needs to be dedicated to what happens at the boundaries between the key agents that bring those services to life: systems, people, and institutions. How do those agents interact, and what infrastructure – technical, social, or collaborative – do we need to catalyze and facilitate those interactions?" Read the full post here.

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