Tag Archives: Digital Scholarship

The Perfect Storm Gathers Strength

It’s not really news that electronic publishing is wrecking havoc on the traditional publishing industry. In fact, it’s such old news, that I feel a little funny even writing a post about epublishing. But this past weekend, it became clear … Continue reading

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Zotero 2.0

[This post originally appeared in the blog hist.net.] Zotero 2.0 became available for public download on May 14. This new version of Zotero provides many exciting features that unlock the research archives of individual scholars making those research archives (or … Continue reading

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Should Grants Count?

Not long ago I wrote a series of posts about digital scholarship and whether or not digital work should “count” in the classic sense of counting on American college campuses, i.e., for promotion and tenure. Because digital scholarship is very … Continue reading

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Digital Campus on Digital Scholarship

As a follow up to my series on making digital scholarship count, Tom, Dan, and I spent some time discussing the issue on Digital Campus this week. If you’ve been following my series, then I think you’ll enjoy our discussion … Continue reading

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