New Forms of Academic Scholarship

Supporting the “Scholarship” in E-Scholarship

The opportunities of cyberinfrastructure have been both heralded and hyped. The express purpose of cyberinfrastructure is to enable e-scholarship: new forms of scholarship that are more information-intensive, data-intensive, distributed, collaborative, and multidisciplinary.1 But what does that mean for scholars, for academic libraries, and for campus information technology? What cyberinfrastructure strategies should colleges and universities implement to support the “scholarship” in e-scholarship?

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