October 30, 2011
Proceedings of THATCamp
Category Archives: General
Thanks, all, for a great THATCamp Publishing. If you want to refer back to a discussion, check the THATCamp Publishing Google Docs folder created by Aram Zucker-Scharff. You rock, Aram.
One outcome of a very rich discussion this morning that was a consolidation of a few sessions about publishing consultation services and academic outreach is Libpub, a mailing list in Google Groups where we can build community around issues, challenges, … Continue reading
The awesome Aram created a Google Doc folder where everyone is dumping their notes. Head over thisaway to check it out.
I’m interested in having a session on new forms of peer review and how this may fit in to the changing modes of tenure. Sarah Werner (@wynkenhimself)’s experience with Shakespeare Quarterly is instructive, as well as Kathleen Fitzgerald’s work. Should … Continue reading
Hi all — if you’re on a Mac, to connect to the wi-fi you’ll need to change the DNS settings on your machine. To do so, first 1. Connect to the wi-fi network PSAV 2. Go to Settings –> Network … Continue reading
This might be a bit similar to what Mike Furlough and Monica McCormick proposed in “Professional Cultures”, but I’m proposing a session in which we wrestle specifically with how, exactly (I’m thinking we draw up a list), the Digital Library … Continue reading
The impulse for THATCamp Publishing came out of the organizers’ participation in a series of workshops on Library Publishing Services, offered by the libraries at Purdue, Georgia Tech, and the University of Utah as part of a project designed “to … Continue reading
Session leaders: Kevin Hawkins and Shana Kimball (Posted on behalf of our colleagues at the University of Michigan Library) HathiTrust, a shared digital repository, is archiving and providing access to reformatted library holdings and monographs submitted by university presses at … Continue reading
Session Proposal: How Can We Best Serve Scholarship in Art History—Art, Architecture, and the Digital Future of the Heavily Illustrated Book
I’d like to propose a conversation about the issues associated with publishing heavily illustrated books. (As an university press acquisitions editor for art and architectural history, I admit I have a vested interest in this conversation.) Art and architectural history … Continue reading
Topics might include: which tools you like most (and why), what features you find most valuable and what features are still needed, what variables seem most important in determining whether readers are successfully engaged, tips and tricks you’ve found useful, … Continue reading