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Perspectives on the Future of Scholarly Communication

June 11, 2012 1 comment

Since knowledge is not a private good, a pure market approach leads to under-provisioning. Planning for access to the scholarly record should include planning for long-term access beyond the life of a single institution. Important problems in scholarly communications, information science & scholarship increasingly require diverse multidisciplinary approaches.
My colleagues Lynne Herndon, Amy Brand and I were honored to be able to discuss the future of scholarly communication at  Georgetown University’s annual Scholarly Communication Symposium.

The video is below:

My slides are also available:

Data Sharing & Data Citation

September 15, 2011 Leave a comment

Data Sharing & Data Citation

Prepared for data coding, analysis, archiving, and sharing for open collaboration National Science Foundation Sept 15-16, 2011

Information, Technology and the Research Library

September 13, 2011 Leave a comment

SafeArchive — Policy Based Archival Replication

September 13, 2011 Leave a comment

SafeArchive — Policy Based Archival Replication

This is a presentation I gave at the CNI Spring Workshop which describes the SafeArchive Project.

Categories: Presentations, SafeArchive

Principles for Data Citation

September 13, 2011 Leave a comment

Principles for Data Citation

This is a presentation I gave at the DataCite Summer Workshop which built upon the Harvard Datacitation Workshop.