Digital scholarship refers to those changes in scholarly practice made possible by digital and networked technologies: open access publishing, open science, digital humanities, the use of social media by academics, digital and citizen science. In the information and library sciences, a focus on digital curation reflects an interest in the ability of scholars to assemble, search across and publish annotated collections of interconnected multimedia artefacts. Digital scholarship demonstrates many elements of open and networked forms of scholarship. Open-access publishing and open peer review enable sharing of knowledge. Open publishing of research datasets supports reproducible research. Engagement in open educational practices has the potential to support moves towards a more free and collegiate teaching practice.