Workflows and the Highly Collaborative Public Health Scholar

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Today Ithaka S+R is publishing the report Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Public Health Scholars, which provides actionable findings for organizations, institutions, and professionals who support the research activities in this dynamic field.  Our research was undertaken collaboratively with research teams at seven academic libraries in the U.S., six of which have also made their local findings publically available as companion publications. This work is part of an ongoing effort at Ithaka S+R through our Research Support Services program to understand how to effectively structure research support in the 21st century. While the academy continues to rely primarily on disciplinary siloes, emerging trends in research and technology are challenging these boundaries, a topic Roger Schonfeld and I explored in Rethinking Liaison Programs for the Humanities.

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