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LIS Education and Research in a Dynamic Information Landscape: Proceedings of the Library and Information Studies Centre 75 years Commemorative Conference
Research in scholarly communication, including the role and importance of data and publications, can reveal important insights into how knowledge is formed and transmitted. These insights can be interesting in and of themselves, as answers to fundamental research questions such as how formal communication helps science progress, and they also can help librarians and publishers and researchers create better information systems. This paper is about the intersection of these concepts in the study of scholarly communication with examples from my own research and the work of others that inspired me in formal scholarly publication.
Tenopir, C. (2014). The importance of data, information, and knowledge in scholarly communication. In C. Bitso, & R. Raju (Eds.), LIS Education and Research in a Dynamic Information Landscape: Proceedings of the Library and Information Studies Centre 75 years Commemorative Conference (pp. 54-62). Cape Town, South Africa: University of Cape Town Libraries.