- Back to last year's documents: the group begins to discuss traditional peer review and the terms by which it can be applied to digital work.
- — Amanda Shuman (@AmandaUCSC)Fri, Jun 22 2012 14:43:53
- — Ryan Cordell (@ryancordell)Fri, Jun 22 2012 14:40:07
- — Ronda Grizzle (@rondauva)Fri, Jun 22 2012 14:05:01
- — Eric D. M. Johnson (@ericdmj)Fri, Jun 22 2012 14:05:00
- — Tom Scheinfeldt (@foundhistory)Fri, Jun 22 2012 14:04:15
- — Ken A. Bugajski (@drkensf)Fri, Jun 22 2012 13:41:321 #nines2012 theme that was for me unexpected: much digital humanities scholarship returns to traditional practices, like textual editing.
- — Bethany Nowviskie (@nowviskie)Fri, Jun 22 2012 13:39:19If #nines2012 folks are interested in @PraxisProgram, they might like the @chronicle piece I link to here: http://nowviskie.org/2012/praxis-through-prisms/ …/2012/prOAis-through-prisms/ (also #OA.)
- — Eric D. M. Johnson (@ericdmj)Fri, Jun 22 2012 13:25:56
- — Dana Wheeles (@bluesaepe)Fri, Jun 22 2012 13:10:02Susan Schreibman and Jennifer Edmond kick off our day with a conversation about a Digital Arts and Hum. PhD at Trinity http://www.tcd.ie/longroomhub/DAH/ …ngroomhub/DAH/
NINES / NEH Summer Institute 2012
Follow along as chairs of language and literature departments convene in Charlottesville, VA to discuss how best to evaluate digital scholarship.
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