Interdisciplinarity is en vogue at the moment. One need look no further than the mission statement of HASTAC to see that the calls for understanding and engagement across disciplines are the hotness. A related but underdiscussed issue for graduate students (and scholars in general) is the gap that can exist within a discipline between a scholar studying an issue that, while technically within the field, is markedly different from his or her peers.
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NYPL Labs and the Irma and Paul Milstein Division of United States History, Local History and Genealogy are excited to announce the launch of Emigrant City, the Library's newest, online participatory project.
Giannis Lagamtzis's insight:
New crowdsourcing project by the NYPL promises the development of a new crowdsourcing framework
Today sees the launch of a new platform for PLOS Collections – so what’s new and what can it do? A new design: The most obvious change is a complete design refresh for both the PLOS Collections homepage and Collection pages themselves.
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