by Brett Goldfine, Erik Limpitlaw, Lanette Garza, and Sarah Gulliford (Kearns)
Published: Oct 30, 2023
🎧 A publisher, a director of a library consortia, and a digital collections librarian walk into a deal. No joke! In this podcast, we hear how NERL and Sage came to a licensing agreement (47 minutes with transcript).
🎧 Interview with the founding editor of "Seeds of Science" in which we learn about their peer-review gardening program and what it means to create a speculative science journal. (54 mins with transcript)
Recognizing that the many facets of scholars’ identities as people has a direct impact on their professional lives, we identified the lack of peer review as a clear deterrent to building up digital scholarship in these underrepresented fields in digital humanities.
🎧 A conversation about communicating amongst scientists, clinicians, policy makers, and rural communities with the communications specialist of the Northern New England Clinical & Translational Research Network (1h 15m with transcript).