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.
The publication of experimental, digital work engenders different roles and relationalities, requiring “a kind of collaboration among authors, editors, and technical staff that is quite different from the traditional publishing process
A recent development in publishing is the increased attention to accessibility. But this needs to be more than just making content accessible. The systems involved in the creation, development, production, and dissemination of the content need to be accessible as well.
Reproducibility in experimental methods, questions of intellectual property, and bias in publications continue to plague scientific researchers. Could tokenizing research products provide a solution to these problems?
🎧 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).