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Scholarly Communication and Data

  title={Scholarly Communication and Data},
  author={Hailey Mooney},
Introduction The Internet and digital data are strong forces shaping the modern world of scholarly communication, the context within which academic librarians operate. Scholarly communication entails the ways by which scholarly and research information are created, disseminated, evaluated, and preserved.1 Recognition of the broader forces at play in research and scholarship is imperative to keep ourselves from obsolescence and to simply function as effective librarians. The operation of the… 
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