This presentation by Liz Krznarich was part of the NISO Humanities Roundtable held on October 20, 2021. The event focused onThe Monograph in an Evolving Humanities Ecosystem. Krznarich provides some context around the usefulness of identifiers from the perspective of discovery and support for re-use of content, both traditional forms, such as the monograph, as well as non-traditional outputs. Through proper identification and attribution, scholars are properly credited for their contributions.
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