Open Social Scholarship Annotated Bibliography

By Randa El Khatib1, Lindsey Seatter1, Tracey El Hajj1, Conrad Leibel1, Alyssa Arbuckle1, Ray Siemens1, Caroline Winter1, ETCL Research Group1, INKE Research Group2

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This annotated bibliography responds to and contextualizes the growing ‘Open’ movements and recent institutional reorientation towards social, public-facing scholarship. The aim of this document is to present a working definition of...

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This annotated bibliography responds to and contextualizes the growing ‘Open’ movements and recent institutional reorientation towards social, public-facing scholarship. The aim of this document is to present a working definition of open social scholarship through the aggregation and summation of critical resources in the field. Our work surveys foundational publications, innovative research projects, and global organizations that enact the theories and practices of open social scholarship. The bibliography builds on the knowledge creation principles outlined in previous research by broadening the focus beyondreinvigorating central, defining themes with recently published research.

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Original publication: El Khatib, Randa, Lindsey Seatter, Tracey El Hajj, Conrad Leibel, Alyssa Arbuckle, Ray Siemens, Caroline Winter, the ETCL and INKE Research Groups. 2019. Open Social Scholarship Annotated Bibliography. KULA: knowledge creation, dissemination, and preservation studies 3(1): 24. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/kula.58