scholarly information in a digital age

How should the University develop its scholarly information and technologies, services and infrastructure to achieve its research, learning, teaching and knowledge transfer aspirations over the next decade?
To stimulate conversation about this important question, the Information Futures Commission has released a consultation paper, “Scholarly Information in a Digital Age: Choices for the University of Melbourne.” — StaffNews No 297, Friday 29 February 2008

In February 2008 the Information Futures Commission (The University of Melbourne) released a consultation paper: “Scholarly Information in a Digital Age: choices for the University of Melbourne.”

In responding to this Consultation Paper, we encourage all staff and students to conduct their own discussions and concentrate on the issues most relevant to them. Colleagues should get together to work out their response and proposals, which need not be confined to the questions raised in this paper. Critical perspectives, creative ideas and robust solutions are most welcome. [1]

[1] Consultation Paper – an invitation to respond [UniMelb: Information Futures]
[2] Call for submissions, release of Consultation Paper (2008-Feb-28) [UniMelb: Information Futures Blog]

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