Big congrats to Christine Borgman on her new release, Big Data, Little Data, No Data. Not only is it extremely timely but a great read that clearly shows the landscape of data in the scholarly research world.
“Data by itself has no value. It’s the ever-changing ecosystem surrounding data that gives it meaning. Borgman gets all of this and much more. Big Data, Little Data, No Data is filled with thoughtful discussion, examples, and case studies that provide a foundation for the much-needed conversations and decisions to be made about research data. This book is a primer for anyone trying to understand data relevancy in scholarship today.”
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