Born-Digital Scholarly Publishing: Resources and Road Maps
Born-Digital Scholarly Publishing is a hybrid three-week summer institute hosted by Brown University. The Institute will have virtual and in-person components for fifteen participants who wish to develop innovative born-digital scholarship intended for publication by a university press but lack the necessary resources and capacity at their home institutions. The Institute will equip humanities scholars from all career levels and across disciplines with in-depth knowledge of the digital publishing process, familiarity with open source tools and platforms, advanced project management skills, concrete and individualized plans for project advancement, and top-level publishing industry contacts. Centered on inclusivity and accessibility, the Institute aims to broaden the range of scholars producing born-digital publications and, by extension, the audience for digital humanities scholarship.
Funding Information: Details about the grant.
Funded through the Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities grant of the Office of Digital Humanities