Social Paper: Retooling Student Consciousness

Authors

  • Erin Glass The CUNY Graduate Center

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22230/src.2015v6n4a221

Keywords:

Knowledge dissemination, Knowledge production, Peer review, Publishing platforms, Tools and practices, Software development

Abstract

Among the many emerging forms of digital scholarship, “Networked Participatory Scholarship” (NPS) is garnering increased attention for its potential to liberate scholarly communications from the slow, closed, and expensive methods of the pre-digital era. This paper will argue that different forms of NPS contribute to different forms of student consciousness, or how students conceive of the role of their scholarship, and the means of producing and communicating that scholarship in both the academic and public sphere.

Author Biography

Erin Glass, The CUNY Graduate Center

Digital Fellow + English Ph.D. Student

Published

2015-10-29

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Section

Articles