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Watch a Video of the Fall Scholarly Communication Symposium

Did you miss the fall Scholarly Communication Symposium on November 1? You can now watch it online! The topic of the symposium was 'Scholarly Uses of the Internet in the Sciences' and it was moderated by Janet Mann, a professor in the Departments of Biology and Psychology and Vice Provost for Research. Panelists Professor Anne Rosenwald, Department of Biology, and Professor Lisa Singh, Department of Computer Science, presented on their own experiences using the internet in their research and scholarship before taking questions from the audience. Don’t miss this fascinating discussion—watch it now!

Want to learn more about scholarly communication? Visit the Library’s scholarly communication webpage and explore the archives of past Scholarly Communication Symposia.

Want to learn more about scholarly communication? Visit the Library’s scholarly communication webpage and explore the archives of past Scholarly Communication Symposia.