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Rethinking the Integrity of the Scholarly Record in the Networked Information Age

Saturday, January 1, 1994

Abstract

This author takes the broad perspective that there is integrity of digital information at the level of individual objects. As the transition from print sources and the framework and traditions of print publication to electronic information proceeds, extensive changes are taking place in the nature of the scholarly and cultural record of our society and our intellectual discourse. They go far beyond questions about the integrity of the individual elements such as writings, images, sound recordings, videos, and data files that compose those records. The changes are systemic and often subtle.

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