Laying New Lines for Digital Humanities Scholars

A. Collaboration

1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Humanities scholars work in groups within departments, scholarly journals, conferences, editorial projects, seminars, etc. but publication credit is usually given to a single author. Scientists and artists who regularly work on teams have models and some clear methods for apportioning credit for effort in collaborations. In comparison, humanities scholars and others who collaborate on complex digital research projects have few models for sharing credit where there are new roles and relationships that reflect the challenges of that collaboration. Below we make some general recommendations for collaboration as well as offering a statement, “The Collaborators’ Bill of Rights.”

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