New-Model Scholarship: Destined for the Dustbin of History?

Smith, Abby
October 2003
Perspectives;Oct2003, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p26
Points out that historians have begun to join the ranks of new-model scholars, those who use new information technologies to extend teaching and research beyond what is possible within the traditional bounds of paperless publication. Publishing in the Web; Absence of a supporting infrastructure that will capture, curate and preserve digital information; Crucial features of new-model scholarship.


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