Of Interest

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An interview with 2015 NCIS Conference Keynote Speaker Lawrence K. Grossman

Adjunct professors:

Sounds Wrong, But...

What Shall I Call Myself?

What Can Learned Societies Do for Adjuncts?

More victories for open access:

Online Einstein Project from Princeton

Nature Communications

Digital Scholarship

"Computer Science Can only Help – Not Hurt – Art Historians"

Dirt for Scholars: Find digital resource tools here.

How to Curate Your Digital Identity as an Academic

"Confounded Complexity — Pondering the Endless Upgrade Paths of Digital Publishing"

"A World Digital Library Is Coming True!" by Robert Darnton

"An... organization focused on studying, researching, documenting and promoting peer to peer practices in a very broad sense"

"Digital material, including key historical documents, could be lost forever..."

Next stop: Bringing a literary train to life with a 3D printer

 

 

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