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Enhancing Scholarly Communication and Communities with the PressForward Plugin

Authors: Fragazo Troyano, Joan
Rhody, Lisa
Coble, Zach
Shirazi, Roxanne
Potvin, Sarah
Pinto, Caro
Nguyen, Kim
Keywords: digital humanities;digital publishing;communities of practice
Issue Date: 4-Dec-2014
Abstract: This poster profiles the workflows and content of two digital humanities publications that have adapted technology developed by PressForward to suit their unique editorial and community needs: Digital Humanities Now, produced by RRCHNM and dh+lib, a publication hosted by the Association of College and Research Libraries' Digital Humanities Discussion Group. Visualizing and documenting intellectual and technical schemas for the plugins with diagrams and onsite demonstrations, this presentation exposes the philosophies and methodologies behind aggregating and curating scholarly work and learned expertise made available on the open web. Illustrating multiple workflows, layouts, and interfaces, this poster presents the scalable, replicable, and adaptable potential of the PressForward Plugin for niche scholarly communities eager to tailor their own hubs for communication and collaboration.
Description: Presented at the Digital Humanities conference in Lausanne, Switzerland in July 2014.
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