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Laying New Lines for Digital Humanities Scholars

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  • CETL Faculty Forum: “Developing Digital Project Assignments” Notes and Resources – Sarah E. Cornish

    • […] For a wide selection of readings that may help you think about digital pedagogy and research ideas, browse through Debates in the Digital Humanities edited by Matthew K. Gold of the CUNY Graduate Center. I always incorporate readings on DH into my longer-term projects to get students to engage with the conversation, and I encourage them to read The Collaborators’ Bill of Rights. […]

    • […] DH Bill of Rights: including all authors/collaborators must be listed as taking some part of the project (although tasks/credit may vary); individual CVs should list individual, not group, collaboration—what did YOU do on this project –  http://mcpress.media-commons.org/offthetracks/part-one-models-for-collaboration-caree… […]

    • Comment on Collaborators’ Bill of Rights on November 13th, 2015

      […] Also you might want to read this Collaborators’ bill of rights […]

    • Comment on A. Collaboration on November 6th, 2014

      […] humanities project, I want to draw your attention to and work through the provisions of the “Collaborator’s Bill of Rights,” which is part of a larger report entitled “Off the Tracks: Laying New Lines for Digital […]

    • Comment on Collaborators’ Bill of Rights on December 2nd, 2013

      […] Projects. In particular, I want to draw your attention to and work through the provisions of the “Collaborator’s Bill of Rights,” which is part of a larger report entitled “Off the Tracks: Laying New Lines for Digital […]

    • Comment on Collaborators’ Bill of Rights on October 14th, 2011

      […] in “Care of the Soul,” and the Off the Tracks Workshop devised a useful “Collaborators’ Bill of Rights.”) If you can bring seed funding or administrative backing to a project, that might make it easier to […]

    • […] and the growth of collaborative projects involving humanities scholars, including the excellent Collaborator’s Bill of Rights as well as rumination on what dangers collaboration may pose, such as my own article in JDH1-1. My […]

    • […] Collaborators’ Bill of Rights. Off the Tracks: Laying New Lines for Digital Humanities Scholars. […]

    • […] of all persons and and affirms the dignity of all persons. MoEML is committed to honouring the Collaborators’ Bill of Rights.   Enquiries and applications may be sent to MoEML via Janelle Jenstad at jenstad@uvic.ca. […]

    • […] they are encouraged to include DH research projects, experiences, and skills on their resumes. The DH Collaborators Bill of Rights provides some nice initial guidelines for these […]

    • […] revealed and highlighted the names of everyone who had ever worked on this project before the Collaborator Bill of Rights existed. I asked on Twitter, how many of you look at the About page of a digital humanities […]

    • […] and build upon the resulting code and artifacts? In this session, I propose we use the “Collaborators’ Bill of Rights” as a starting point for discussion. How might we instantiate these recommendations in our […]

  • John Stephens

    • Seeking details on the nature of this work, given a group project where we are examining the factors of collaborative capacity in organizations. Our focus has been on government-business-nonprofit settings, but your work may be something we would want to summarize, given the explicitly “network of networks” and higher education focus.See the website above.Thanks, John Stephens

  • Trip Kirkpatrick

  • wpatty

    • Comment on Introduction on October 26th, 2012

      It seems as though digital humanists are running into some of the same issues that academic librarians have experienced over the years.  At some universities, they have faculty status while at others they are viewed as support staff.  Since librarians work 12 months, there is not the same amount of time for research to generate scholarly publications, and this is an area that can be a barrier to tenure track status.

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