Announcing an Entirely New Codebase Structure with PressForward 3.9

Today we’re excited to announce the release of PressForward 3.9, which features a complete overhaul of the codebase to improve stability and pave the way for exciting future developments. With the release of version 3.9,  PressForward takes its first step into an entirely new backend structure. After four years of constant development the core code […]

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New Blog Series: Profiling PressForward’s Pilot Partners

PressForward is proud to support the development of new scholarly publications as part of our pilot partner program. In the coming weeks, we will feature profiles of our second wave of partner institutions as they prepare for the launch of their PressForward publications later this year. We hope you will follow along as we explore these […]

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Announcing the Next Phase of PressForward!

The PressForward team is pleased to announce that the PressForward project has been awarded a three-year, $736,042 grant by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. PressForward, launched in 2011 by the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, is an innovative scholarly communication research project that is researching methods and developing technologies to facilitate scholarly […]

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PressForward 3.8

Last week the PressForward team released PressForward 3.8. Our latest release includes numerous bug fixes and enhances the functionality of the Nominate This bookmarklet, user permissions, and OPML functionality. Notably, the functionality of the Send to Draft button, located in All Content, has been restored. Also included in our latest version, is a new site preference that allows […]

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Science Communication Blog Talks PressForward

We recently caught up with our friends at improvscience, an organization committed to helping scientists better communicate their research and enthusiasm. Like PressForward, their work is the centerpiece of not only engagement efforts, but also community building and facilitation. Read more about their efforts and thoughts about PressForward: Excitement for PressForward.

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PressForward 3.7

The PressForward team is excited to announce the release of PressForward 3.7, an update to our WordPress plugin that helps you collect, discuss, and share content from the web. In addition to numerous bug fixes, this update brings refinements to the Subscribed Feeds panel and new features to the feed submission and management process. This […]

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Science and Technology Magazine Profiles PressForward

PressForward | International Innovation

International Innovation, a magazine featuring breakthroughs and insights into the most pressing, interesting, and relevant trends in science and technology, has published a profile of PressForward. To learn more about the the project’s development and future, read and share the profile on the International Innovation website.

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PressForward 3.6 Release

The PressForward team is excited to announce the release of PressForward 3.6, an update to our WordPress plugin that helps you collect, discuss, and share content from the web.  This update increases the available methods of aggregating and organizing content with the introduction of new OPML (Outbound Processor Markup Language) features. OPML files allow users […]

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A New Look for PressForward 3.5

We are excited to announce the release of PressForward 3.5, the latest version of our free WordPress plugin for collecting, discussing, and sharing online scholarship. This latest release includes significant updates and changes to the user interface, new features and enhancements, and a few bug fixes–all designed to make best practices for sharing online content easier […]

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Become a DHNow Editor-at-Large!

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As the new semester gets underway, we’re issuing the call for volunteers to help us choose the pieces that we feature on Digital Humanities Now. Editors-at-Large see all the work and announcements published each week on the more than 400 websites that Digital Humanities Now follows. Volunteering a few hours in a given week provides access […]

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