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The Digital Scholar revisited

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Looks at what has changed since the publication of the 2011 book The Digital Scholar

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The Digital Scholar revisited

  1. 1. Revisiting the Digital Scholar Photo by Fabrizio Verrecchia on Unsplash
  2. 2. 2011 http://bit.ly/digscholarbook FREE! Examined the impact of digital, networked technologies on scholarly practice
  3. 3. Boyer’s framework http://connectivism.madeleinebrookes.com/supporting-scholarship-through-blogging/
  4. 4. Proctor, Williams and Stewart (2010) ‘frequent or intensive use is rare, and some researchers regard blogs, wikis and other novel forms of communication as a waste of time or even dangerous’ Photo by Goh Rhy Yan on Unsplash
  5. 5. Photo by Ross Findon on Unsplash So, what’s changed since 2011?
  6. 6. Photo by Takahiro Sakamoto on Unsplash 5 main themes (and some conclusions)
  7. 7. Photo by Hans Vivek on Unsplash Mainstreaming of digital scholarship
  8. 8. Photo by Clem Onojeghuo on Unsplash Shift to open
  9. 9. Photo by Elliott Stallion on Unsplash Policy development
  10. 10. Photo by Liam Seskis on Unsplash Network identity
  11. 11. Photo by Jerry Kiesewetter on Unsplash Criticality of digital scholarship
  12. 12. Photo by NeONBRAND on Unsplash Revisiting Boyer
  13. 13. Some examples Mainstream Open Policy Identity Criticality Discovery New methods, eg data vis Open data, science Open access policies Use of social media to disseminate Pressures to develop online profile Integration Interdisciplinary recognition Mixing data sets Funding for interdisciplinary work Hashtags, conferences outside of domain Data used elsewhere, social media context Application Public engagement online Sharing open resources Impact policy Personal brand Targeting individuals, online abuse Teaching Blended, online at most unis MOOCs, OER OER EU policy Digital literacies Analytics, MOOC problems
  14. 14. Photo by Marcos Luiz Photograph on Unsplash Conclusions
  15. 15. Photo by Sergey Zolkin on Unsplash Much is unchanged
  16. 16. Photo by Courtney Prather on Unsplash Gradual acceptance
  17. 17. Photo by Cristina Gottardi on Unsplash Iterative dialogue between traditional and digital scholarship
  18. 18. Photo by jens johnsson on Unsplash ‘What we urgently need today is a more inclusive view of what it means to be a scholar’ - Boyer
  19. 19. All photos https://unsplash.com/ CC0

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