Digital Scholarship Collaborative
The paper notebook that was once a reliable staple in classrooms and laboratories is now losing relevance. This is due to growing piles of paper and the complexity of data we currently deal with.
At the recent Internet Librarian 2014 conference, held in October, I attended a session, entitled, “Crowdsourcing Library Help & Reference Systems.” Presenter Ila
Like many other academic libraries, our collection consists of not only print materials, but also electronic collections.
Last week was International Open Access week, a time to promote Open Access (OA) publishing in the academy: free, immediate, and electronic access to scholarly research.
‘Digital scholarship’ shares affinities with the type of wicked problem posed by C. West Churchman. Solutions are hard to come by and the problems contained therein are often interdependent (e.x.