Browse by Subject "Scholarly Communication"
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(ACM, 2011-02)Are Web 2.0 tools and technologies changing how and why scholars annotate their research sources? We begin to answer this question by assessing current technology and tools that support new functions for one of the most ...
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(1999-03)A taxonomy of annotation, focusing on the function, objective, or purpose of the annotation.
(Center for Informatics Research in Science and Scholarship, 2011)The Data Curation Research Summit consisted of four sessions, which followed opening contextual remarks provided by the organizers of both the DCRS and the previous Bloomsbury workshop. The first session was focused on ...
(Association of Research Libraries, 2007-11)Access to information, the foundation of scholarly communication, has traditionally been provided through academic journals, research collections, and other print publications. Recent advances in digital technology, however, ...
A View of Music Librarianship as Seen Through its Journals: A Comparison of Notes and Fontes Artis Musicae, 1977-2007 (Music Library Association, 2010)MLA's Notes and IAML's Fontes Artis Musicae are well known as two primary channels of printed scholarly communication in music librarianship. This article evaluates the similarities and differences between the content of ...
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