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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Social Knowledge Creation in the Humanities addresses the relationship between social media, open access, collaboration, and crowd-sourcing in the humanities. The speed, ubiquity, and diversity of online platforms, tools, techniques, and interactions have generated and continue to inform distinct cultures of knowledge creation. The social, institutional, and cultural changes within the academy have fundamentally reshaped knowledge creation and scholarly communication. The chapters in this volume work to describe this emergent discourse and seek to describe how social knowledge creation is transforming the humanities.

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