What do new forms of scholarship look like?
- What do new forms of scholarship look like?
- What is the role of the “reviewer” in new forms of scholarship?
More specifically, in terms of research questions and the creative idea that Jon had:
- Who contributes to “alternative” (or, non-traditional) forms of scholarship? Why do they?
- What is the perceived benefit of contributing?
Finally, I am wondering: What is the role of the reader? This question is especially intriguing: While research is usually “consumed” (and infrequently responded to), would readers and authors be more inclined to interact if new forms of scholarship provided more social affordances? Or, are we hitting a cultural wall again?[Photo by watz is licensed under a Creative Commons license]