CFP: Evaluation of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities and Its Impact

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    Anne Donlon
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    Members of this group may be interested in this call for presentations at a National Humanities Alliance Annual Conference and Advocacy Day pre-conference organized with NFAIS:

    “Interested in presenting at this Humanities Roundtable event? Our call for presentations is open until August 31, 2018 at http://www.nfais.org/humanities-call-for-presenters.

    As humanities scholars utilize new technologies to produce their research, traditional measures of evaluation often do not reflect the changing output.  However, proper assessment is critical for hiring as well as for tenure and promotion decisions, which have an affect on the future of academia. Institutions, departments and societies are in the process of developing guidelines of evaluating work in digital media/digital humanities, while scholars are learning new skills to become competent peer reviewers.

    NFAIS will explore this new realm of scholarship at our Evaluation of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities and Its Impact roundtable on March 10, 2019  in Washington DC, and we invite you join the discussion as a speaker!”

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