Blog - Liveblogging "The Internet, Science, and Transformations of Knowledge" | Digital Scholarship @ Harvard 2012-06-14


Use the link to access the full text of the liveblog covering the presentation and question and answer session. The post opens as follows: “Ralph Schroeder and Eric Meyer of the Oxford Internet Institute are giving a talk sponsored by the Harvard Library on Internet, Science, and Transformations of knowledge... Ralph begins by defining e-research as "Research using digital tools and digital data for the distributed and collaborative production of knowledge." He points to knowledge as the contentious term. ‘But we're going to take a crack at why computational methods are such an important part of knowledge.’ They're going to start with theory and then move to cases...



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Date tagged:

06/14/2012, 10:21

Date published:

06/14/2012, 11:43