The digital scholar
The digital scholar

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The digital scholar

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This week you have been introduced to some of the issues surrounding recognition of digital scholarship by institutions. You have also been offered some methods by which digital activities might be valued alongside traditional activities. We have offered some examples of institutions where digital scholarship is becoming embedded and the strategies adopted to make this practicable.

Next week you will look at some of the negative aspects of digital scholarship; some of the issues you should consider when adopting a digital approach.

You can now go to Week 7 [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] .

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