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"How the Internet Changed Social Science Research"

On March 3, 2005 Richard J. Butler (Dept. of Economics) presented his research on how the Internet has changed social science research as he presented the Twelfth Annual Martin B. Hickman Outstanding Scholar Lecture in the College of Family, Home and Social Sciences. More

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April, 2005
Scheduled Meeting
The third meeting of the Scholarly Communications Committee Meeting will be held Friday, April 8 from 12:00- 1:30 PM in 3250 WSC.
Scholarly Communications Issues for BYU
In his PowerPoint presentation Gideon Burton provided historical, religious, and academic contexts for the digital age and discussed four key areas of change attending scholarly communication. View his presentation here.
DSpace - BYU's Institutional Repository
Bill Lund (HBLL) and Randy Beard (Electrical Engineering) demonstrated the Harold B. Lee Library's new Institutional Repository and how this can be used for permanent storage of faculty scholarship, with provisions for workflow (review and approval).
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