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New Models of Digital Publication and Academic Recognition


Description

A number of working groups at Bamboo workshop 1 argued for the need to clarify and recognize new forms and modes of digital publication in the humanities, as well as the need to address issues of academic recognition for these forms of digital publication.  This included discussion of the challenges around recognizing software development and distribution (and use) as a form of scholarly publication and review.


 

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Proposed/originated by:

David A. Greenbaum

UC Berkeley

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Why might this direction be appropriate for Project Bamboo?

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Partial List From Bamboo Workshop 1, Exercise 7 data (workshop number and working group noted at the end of each bullet; e.g., "1b-C" = Chicago workshop, group C):

  • "Create fairly explicit guidelines for non-traditional contributions to the disciplinary new media projects, copyright & model/frameworks for T&P (tenure and promotion)" Chicago, 1b-C
  •  "Citation analysis model.  Publication + where/why/how related to what counts." 1b-D
  •  "Incentivize senior faculty to publish digitally.  Increase respect (for this)"  Princeton, 1d-A
  •  "Problem of tenure" 1d-A * "Place to publish software: get the services to be maintained over time; "sustainable network"; incentive by visibility = hits vs. credibility/respectability; domain/discipline-specific services" 1d-E
  • "Bamboo as a place that connects scholarship with teaching and learning. Shouldn't be separate." 1d-G


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What tools, standards, organizations, or efforts exist in this area?

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