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Dr. Beth Plale is Professor of Informatics and Computing; Director, Data To Insight Center; Science Director, Pervasive Technology Institute at Indiana University Bloomington. Dr. Plale has broad research and governance interest in information, in long-term preservation and access to scientific data, and in enabling computational access to large and complex data for broader use. Her specific research interest are in metadata and data provenance, trusted data repositories and enclaves, data analysis and text mining of big data, and workflow systems. Plale teaches in the Data Science Program at Indiana University Bloomington. She is deeply engaged in interdisciplinary research and education and has substantive experience in developing stable and useable scientific cyberinfrastructure.
Enhancing access to digital media: The language application grid in the HTRC Data Capsule
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series (2017) Part F1287