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Synonyms for scholarly

having or showing profound knowledge and scholarship

devoted to study or reading

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characteristic of scholars or scholarship

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Defined as "the system through which research and other scholarly writings are created, evaluated for quality, disseminated to the scholarly community, and preserved for future use" [3], the scholarly communications landscape has exponentially increased and resulted in changes in institutional needs from libraries.
Potential Advantages of Altmetrics as a Measure of Scholarly Productivity
When I was a new librarian ten years ago, just learning about the field of scholarly communications, the Toolkit was an invaluable resource for me and I am honored to have the opportunity to share my knowledge and experience through the revised guide with my fellow librarians, said Fruin.
Helmsley Charitable Trust, the initiative is designed to both define and promote a set of high level principles and practical guidelines for a 21st century scholarly communications ecosystem--the Scholarly Commons.
Optimal tools for data discerning scholarly impact continue to be developed as technology and research needs evolve.
Editors Bonn and Furlough present academic professionals, librarians, and publishers with a collection of scholarly articles and essays that examine the contemporary opportunities and issues generated in scholarly publishing by the influence of the digital environment.
However, given the multidimensional daily demands of the nursing role, numerous barriers stand in the way of those nurses attempting to develop a body of scholarly work.
Common ground at the nexus of information literacy and scholarly communication.
The purpose of this study is to compare and contrast two types of scholarly article designs, quantitative and qualitative, as to how two research designs can be similar and different, and how the authors conduct their research and present their results.
Blogs have been described as a disruptive technology which strives to engage individuals in collaborative activity, knowledge sharing, critical reflection and scholarly debate.
This article explores the status of online feminist scholarly journals, given this context.
As the faculty advisor for the Pittsburgh Undergraduate Review (PUR), a professionally refereed undergraduate journal devoted to publishing scholarly papers across the disciplines, I found the following passages from Ellen Buckner noteworthy: "It is assumed that the honors work is an original piece of scholarship and prepared according to accepted standards for a written paper .
In this speech, he indicated the significance of scholarly literature, scholarly publishing, and scholarly communication for the progress of science.
Mathieu Deflem, Sociology of Law: Visions of a Scholarly Tradition.
While this tendency is certainly efficient for most scholarly work, it is less profitable for the scholarship of teaching and learning.