sk podcastIn this episode, information scientist Carol Tenopir of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, talks with podcast host Stewart Wills about recent trends in how much of the literature a time-pressed individual scholar might read each year, what reading actually means in an era of networked information, and about establishing and maintaining trust online.


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3 Thoughts on "Scholarly Kitchen Podcast: Carol Tenopir on Time, Value, and Trust in Scholarly Communication"

Very interesting, but this would have been better as a 2-part or 4-part series … too much to take in at once.

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