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This poster presents the application of literature-enhanced concept mapping to the domain of scholarly communication. Using a four-phase exploratory study, the authors attempt to visualize and establish relationships between the most salient concepts within the domain of scholarly communication. The products of the study include the literature-enhanced concept map itself and examples of student learning outcomes, topics, and assignments that can be derived from this kind of representation. Pedagogical implications for domain mapping and possibilities for future work are discussed.
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