Summary: There are several apparent similarities between traditional academic scholarship and "digital" scholarship. Our digital teaching and educational efforts can be measured. Perhaps even easier than with "traditional" teaching and scholarly activities. Description: There are several apparent similarities between traditional academic scholarship and "digital" scholarship. Citation vs hyperlinking; Peer review vs comments/likes or dislikes with thumbs up or down/votes on a 5 point scale/positive or critical online comments; and between Impact Factor vs utility of a piece of digital scholarship measured by not only number of views, but also number of downloads, and how often it is "cited" or hyperlinked to.

Our digital teaching and educational efforts can be measured. Perhaps even easier than with "traditional" teaching and scholarly activities. The web, and mobile platforms makes peer review much easier.

(e)Learning using content from an (e)Repository can be assessed and evaluated.

Teaching can be measured. Online.

Other MedEdWorld reflections:
http://mededworld.org/reflections/reflection-items/September-2013/(e)Learning.aspx (reflection on (e)Learning)

http://mededworld.org/reflections/reflection-items/March-2014/(e)Repository.aspx (reflection on (e)Repositories)