The aim of this continuously growing publication is to keep track of our ever-changing interactions with (digital) data and information. Digital Scholarship offers a platform through which practitioners from a range of disciplines and fields can offer their perspective on the past, present and future of our digital (knowledge) society. By means of interviews and guest posts, contributors thus offer their unique views on topics including (but not limited to):
- Digital research methods, research data management, open science, scholarly communication
- Ethical, legal and social implications of digital information technologies
- Data and information literacy, misinformation, disinformation
- Data and information policies and politics
The ambition of this blog project is to create a collection of contributions that grows over time, so that in due course it might serve as a time capsule for readers to retrace and analyse our digital transformation.