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Neither digital or open. Just researchers: Views on digital/open scholarship practices in an Italian university

Posted on 15 Jan 2013 with 0 comments
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How do university researchers consider attributes such as ‘digital’ and ‘open’ as regards to their research practices? This article reports a small–scale interview project carried out at the University of Milan, aiming to probe whether and to what extent actual digital research practices are affecting cultures of sharing in different subject areas and are prompting emergent approaches such as open publishing, open data, open education and open boundary between academia and society.


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