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6-Inequities in the Ecosystem

Transcript: Academic journal publishing now has a host of inequities that negatively affect the information ecosystem. First, there is often little reciprocity between higher education and journal…

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7-Transforming the Information Ecosystem

Transcript: Over the last two decades, these inequities within the information ecosystem have started to be addressed. Some government officials, administrators, faculty, librarians, and students…

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4-Your Intellectual Property

Transcript: Once scholars have entered the information ecosystem, they will want to publish and present their ideas to others. As a result, they must decide what to do with their intellectual…

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3-Challenging Authorities

Transcript: Once scholars have acknowledged the lineage of ideas on a particular topic, they zoom in on a established academic’s work (or body of work) that is compelling personally and…

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2-Acknowledging Authorities

Transcript: Scholars integrate the voices and ideas of distinguished and prominent academics into their research in a variety of ways. The most common way is, in an act of humility, to acknowledge…

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