Curating Knowledge Under Digital Conditions
Transformations associated with digitization are causing significant shifts in the “scholarly ecosystem” of universities, book and journal publishers, and libraries that have historically served to set standards for the judgment of scholarly quality and impact. In light of the increased access to knowledge that digitization allows, maintaining and enhancing standards of quality while democratizing access.
Key questions addressed by this working group include:
This working group brings together representatives from these different realms in order to discuss the principles, standards, and practices that should govern editorial curation.
Mary Lee Kennedy
Chief Library Officer, New York Public Library
Professor of Journalism and Sociology, Columbia University