Monthly Archives: September 2014

Scholarly information ecosystem

The containers for scholarly information are evolving, and the impact is felt everywhere.  The containers have to change, because the traditional publishing modes create too much friction.  Traditional textbooks cost too much money, and don’t take advantage of adaptive learning. … Continue reading

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Data Sharing

What should libraries know about data sharing trends and what should we be doing differently to adapt along with this evolving landscape? The march toward open science and data sharing continues – Oct 1, 2014 is the date after which the … Continue reading

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