More and more knowledge is coming to us nowadays via social media and internet platforms that play an increasing role in the regulation of information. These platforms in many way bypass traditional publishing processes. But in doing so, they also bypass the kinds of rigorous evaluation, reviewer feedback, and professional attention that has historically been integral to the production of published content. What is the changing role and function of scholarly communication in this new media landscape? What lessons can be taken to broader publishing communities?
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