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Re-Imagining Scholarly Communication

This is a republishing of an article I wrote for the Strange Bedfellows project.  The original url is here.

Re-Imagining Scholarly Communication

Yesterday I attended a conference at UTSC titled “Re-Imagining Scholarly Communication“.  The keynote speaker, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, spoke mainly on scholarly communities revolving around ideas of peer review and Stefan Sinclair focused mostly on the history and strength of web-based digital scholarship applications in Canada however an interesting commonality they shared was a proposal to think beyond the journal article as “the” form of scholarship in academia.

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