Issues for science and engineering researchers in the digital age

This report describes many of the new digital research tools for science and engineering. These tools have irreversibly revolutionized the way research is now and will be conducted. For the most part research communities are adapting by welcoming these changes as necessary improvements for fostering...

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Corporate Authors: National Research Council (U.S.) Ad Hoc Committee on Being a Scholar in the Digital Age, National Research Council (U.S.) Office of Special Projects, National Academy Press (U.S.)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Washington, DC National Academy Press [2001], 2001
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Summary:This report describes many of the new digital research tools for science and engineering. These tools have irreversibly revolutionized the way research is now and will be conducted. For the most part research communities are adapting by welcoming these changes as necessary improvements for fostering productivity, speed, efficiency, precision, collaboration, and creativity. This willingness to adapt is generally perceived as positive and progressive (Nissenbaum, 1998)
Item Description:Title from PDF title page
Physical Description:1 PDF file (xii, 57 pages)
ISBN:9780309074179
0309074177