"How can a university organize and preserve the deluge of digital data before it washes away--and preserve it for uses that have not been imagined yet? The data could be anything from student-produced course work to raw research results to informal material like blogs and wikis." Paolo U. Mangiafico does a job that is not easy to describe. Duke University calls him director of digital information strategy. But the work isn't just information technology, or scholarly communication, or library services. It's all of them...
What is the role of instruction in thinking about digital data?
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