Laura Kane edited the blog post How I learned how to Stop Worrying and Pickle Websites: The Art of Fermenting the Web with Archive-It and Webrecorder in the group Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy (Public Group): 1 day, 11 hours ago
Stephen Klein, The Graduate Center, CUNY
An analysis of Archive-It and a rudimentary attempt to transcend its limitations using Webrecoder to preserve digital scholarship.
As modes of communication increasingly migrate from print to digital formats, digital preservation is an imperative within the academy to ensure the continual creation…[Read more]
Apologies for cross-posting, but we’re trying to get maximum reach! Please forward widely to your graduate students.
<h1>NYC-DH Graduate Student Project Award</h1>
2017 Call for Participation
We are pleased to announce our fourth annual cross-institutional NYCDH Digital Humanities Graduate Student Project Award. We invite all graduate…[Read more]
Matthew K. Gold started the topic Fwd: Position available at Ohio State: Publishing Services Lead in the forum Digital Humanities Initiative via email 1 week, 1 day ago
Position available at The Ohio State University – University Libraries
Publishing Services Lead
Description: The Publishing Services Lead reports to the Head of the
Libraries’ Publishing and Repository Services Department and leads an
established program for Open Access publishing in the Libraries. The Lead
keeps abreast of latest trends and bes…[Read more]
Laura Kane wrote a new blog post Process Over Product: Allowing Student Researchers to Think for Themselves in the group Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy (Public Group): 2 weeks, 3 days ago
Lisa Beckelhimer, University of Cincinnati
An English Composition professor learns that it takes more than screencasting software for her students to truly learn their research strengths and weaknesses.
One of […]
Matthew K. Gold replied to the topic JOB: Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center – Project Coordinator in the forum Digital Humanities Initiative 2 weeks, 5 days ago
sorry – -here is the missing attachment
Matthew K. Gold started the topic JOB: Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center – Project Coordinator in the forum Digital Humanities Initiative via email 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Please see the attached job ad for a Project Coordinator at the Brooklyn
Waterfront Research Center, which is part of City Tech, CUNY in downtown
Matthew K. Gold, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English & Digital Humanities /
Advisor to the Provost for Digital Initiatives, CUNY Graduate Center
Vice President, Association for…[Read more]
Lots of faculty, staff, and grad students across CUNY and in all disciplines use games in their teaching and learning. With so much going on we at the CUNY Games Network thought it might be fun to spotlight some of our terrific members and the work that they’re doing.
Prof. Iris Finkel is Reference and Instruction/Web Librarian, Visiting L…[Read more]
Monica Berger replied to the topic Super article about Africa and Scholarly Publishing in the forum Open Access Publishing Network @ CUNY (OaPN @ CUNY) 3 weeks ago
hi Marianna: I reached out to the author on Twitter and asked him if he knew about AuthorAid. He did not but checked them out and was very enthusiastic!
Monica Berger started the topic Interested in scholarly publishing and open access in Africa? "Tragedy of the perishing scholar" is an editorial in a Kenya newspaper written by a Kenyan academic. Omanga explains how African academic publishing once was more robust and how low(er) quality and predatory publishing became prevalent. Best takeway: "To address this problem, it is important that universities and research institutions improve publication literacy among early career researchers in Africa." Unfortunately, Omanga doesn't reference AuthorAid, the chief organization supporting quality publishing in the Global South. Nevertheless, a great read. in the forums: LACUNY Scholarly Communications Roundtable, Open Access Publishing Network @ CUNY (OaPN @ CUNY).
Interested in scholarly publishing and open access in Africa?
“Tragedy of the perishing scholar” is an editorial in a Kenya newspaper written by a Kenyan academic. Omanga explains how African academic publishing once was more robust and how low(er) quality and predatory publishing became prevalent. Best takeway: “To address this problem, it is…[Read more]
Heritage of Pride, the organization that hosts and organizes the annual NYC Pride March, has recognized that this year, Resistance is at the vanguard of the LGBT movement. For the Pride March which will walk […]
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