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Digital scholarship : recognizing new practices in academia

Costa, Cristina and Murphy, Mark (2016) Digital scholarship : recognizing new practices in academia. In: Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory. Springer, Singapore, pp. 1-6. ISBN 978-981-287-532-7

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Abstract

More often than not, novelty is met with suspicion. The status of “newness” is very rarely given a particularly high value not only because of the unfamiliarity it carries but also because of the threat it poses to established norms. Digital technologies in the context of a global knowledge society may no longer be news, but the transformation of scholarly practices with the support of the web still is.