As a chemist, you are trained to focus on lab and environmental safety to protect yourselves, your colleagues, and the consumers of your research. In today’s virtual, networked world, information security is an integral part of this “safety first” outlook. As a scientific scholarly community, it is everyone’s job to protect the data that drives our systems, our research, our communications, and our collaborations. Respected information industry commentator, Rick Anderson, Associate Dean, J. Willard Marriott Library at University of Utah, offers thought-provoking insight into scholarly communication reform.
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