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The amount and variety of digital information readily available to the public has become one of the defining features of the intellectual and scientific landscape. Digital information is bringing to the forefront new questions for computing and information science, e.g., how should this information be organized, searched, and evaluated. Universities, publishers, government, and other esteemed professionals bring unique and essential value to this enterprise that goes beyond their support ofdoi:10.3998/3336451.0009.205 fatcat:rwgeke2ma5hqhiarm4ho6d6aaa