Clifford Lynch wrote in Rethinking Institutional Repository Strategies: Report of a CNI Executive Roundtable, “The Digital Humanities/IR relationship is very important. For faculty aggressively embracing DH work, and producing new genres of scholarly output that don’t fit within the existing publishing (and hence stewardship and preservation) systems, the ability to shift access and preservation of their work into an institutional setting is essential to legitimizing this work.” Digital scholarship presents a similar set of challenges and opportunities to library publishers. How can we support scholars in creating complex digital products? What does library publishing bring to the table in this area? How does unique digital scholarship fit into our strategies for scalability and sustainability? What does it mean to ‘publish’ a digital scholarship project, anyway? Please join us for an exploratory conversation about the current digital scholarship landscape, the opportunities for library publishers, and the needs of scholars and librarians related to this emerging area of practice.
Roundtable, July 2017: Digital Scholarship and Library Publishing
Date: July 20, 2017, 3:00-4:00pm EDT Topic: Digital Scholarship and Library Publishing Moderated by: Harriett Green (University of Illinois) and Laurie Taylor (University of Florida) Guests: Brian Rosenblum (University of Kansas), Curtis Small (University of Delaware, Colored Conventions), Sarah Patterson (University of Massachusetts, Colored Conventions)