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Title: Open Access and the digital humanities
Series Title: Open Access Week 2011
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Language: English
Creator: Acord, Sophia Krzys ( Speaker )
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Publisher: University of Florida Libraries
Place of Publication: Gainesville, FL
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Click to edit Master subtitle style UF Open Access Week, 26 October 2011 Open Access and the Digital Humanities Sophia Krzys Acord, Ph.D. Associate Director Participate in our 2011 12 Speaker www.humanities.ufl.edu

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The Future of Scholarly Communication Project Peer Review in Academic Promotion and Publishing: Its Meaning, Locus, and Future. A Project Report and Associated Recommendations, Proceedings from a Meeting, and Background Papers. Diane Harley and Sophia Krzys Acord. (March 2011) Final Report: Assessing the Future Landscape of Scholarly Communication: An Exploration of Faculty Values and Needs in Seven Disciplines. Diane Harley, Ph.D., Senior Researcher and Principal Investigator; Sophia Krzys Acord, Ph.D.; Sarah Earl Novell, Ph.D.; Shannon Lawrence, M.A.; C. Judson King, Professor, Provost Emeritus, and Principal Investigator. (January 2010) Project Website and Associated Document Links: http://cshe.berkeley.edu/research/scholarlycommunication Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Center for Studies in Higher Education, University of California, Berkeley

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Digital Humanities: The humanities for and in a digital age. subfields in the humanities and digital technologies? N.B. There is extraordinary variance in communication needs, forms, and practices across the disciplines.

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OA peer reviewed journals African Studies Quarterly ImageTexT : Interdisciplinary Comic Studies UF Journal of Undergraduate Research Digital Monographs Institute for the Future of the Book Open Monograph Press (Public Knowledge Project) Gutenberg e Humanities E Book (ACLS) Enhanced publication projects Humanities OA: books and journals

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http://www.gutenberg e.org/

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eHumanities Enhanced Publication Project (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences) http://digital scholarship.ehumanities.nl/enhanced publications/

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The Yin and Yang of Open Access Courtesy of: Steven C. Wheatley, vice president, American Council of Learned Societies In progress work, data, archives, grey literature, book reviews, etc. Peer reviewed formal archival publication

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Open Archives and Scholarly Editions http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eebogroup/

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Online Chopin Variorum Edition www.ocve.org.uk

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Online Exhibitions http://dloc.com/exhibits/ile

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Collaborative Research Portals like Rome Reborn http://www.romereborn.virginia.edu/

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Conversational Hubs http://pointsadhsblog.wordpress.com/

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How do new (sub)fields emerge? Nascent fields, as they emerge, fairly often have these community blackboards, and I remember the times when the Drosophila community had stuff flying around on faxes. C. elegans has a Worm negative results as well as positive results, field is struggling to establish itself and people (Harley et al., 2010: 277)

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Recently in The Chronicle of Higher Education

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Open peer review: Long live marginalia! http://http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/mcpress/plannedobsolescence//

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Crowdsourced Publications http://hackingtheacademy.org/

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http://www.catalhoyuk.com/

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Peer Review of Data http://www.eviada.org/

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Tools to Locate and Filter Everything http:// www.pressforward.org

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Considerations Moving Forward Peer review, attribution, and credit Individual proclivities Time, money skills, budgets, and resources Alternative academic careers Knowledge making vs. knowledge design? Scholarship or tool building? Interpretation vs. curation? Contextualization vs. association?

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The Digital Humanities @ UF See: ww.humanities.ufl.edu/digitalhum.html Contact me: skacord@ufl.edu Thank you