While we often think about the end form — website, digital journal, online resource — when we talk about digital scholarly communications, the work of digital arts and humanities publishing starts at the very beginning of a project. We will walk participants through what digital publications are (moving behind articles and monographs to peer-reviewed datasets and visualizations), how to present these in peer-review and promotion settings, and how to craft a project that takes these publication types and needs into account during the early, mid, and late-research stages. From practical data-management and storage concerns to the more intellectually challenging questions of how to frame the disciplinary outcomes of digital projects to our readers and peers, we will send participants home with a project plan and a set of campus resources to support that plan.
Scholarly Communication in Digital Arts & Humanities
Friday, September 27, 2019
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM-