Slides are now available for project director Joan Fragaszy Troyano and RRCHNM colleague Sheila Brennan’s presentation at the “New Approaches to Museum Publishing” panel at the Museum Computer Network meeting in Montreal on November 23, 2013.
View Slides Here.
With a large and ever-growing readership our flagship publication, Digital Humanities Now relies on the tireless efforts of a rotating team of volunteers who read through curated RSS feeds and nominate items of interest for publication. One of the ongoing challenges for managing DHNow, however, has been coordinating the efforts of these volunteers. This post describes recent changes to our coordination methods and introduces the new “Editors-at-Large Corner” with information about our processes for our editors-at-large, readers, and community at large.
Over the past four years, Digital Humanities Now (DHNow) has used a variety of approaches to aggregating, reviewing, selecting, and disseminating scholarly content from the open web. By experimenting with DHNow, we are developing methodologies and technologies to facilitate community-sourced publications beyond digital humanities. In this post we detail some of the methods and technologies we have used along the way and our wishlist and plans for the future.