Will the data deluge improve or impair the quality of scholarship?
The 'data deluge' started in the sciences, with highly instrumented research in physics, astronomy, chemistry, and molecular biology, and has spread to most other fields. Embedded sensor networks are now essential technologies for the environmental sciences. Internet communication provides rich traces of human activity for social scientists to study. Educators are logging interactions with simulated experiments, collaborative tools, and embedded assessments. Scholars in the humanities, not to...Expand abstract
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