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This presentation is an introduction to the Center and scholarly digital publishing. It was presented on April 26, 2012—the Center's 6-month anniversary—for Ed Valauskas (Editor of First Monday ...

This presentation is an introduction to the Center and scholarly digital publishing. It was presented on April 26, 2012—the Center's 6-month anniversary—for Ed Valauskas (Editor of First Monday and Professor at Dominican University) and his GSLIS scholarly web publishing class. Most references contain hyperlinks, so click through for more information.

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    • {The Center & Scholarly Digital Publishing { Center for Scholarly Communication & Digital Curation Northwestern University Library cscdc.northwestern.edu | @NU_CSCDC | cscdc@northwestnern.edu : : JULY 26, 2012 : : CC-BY : :
    • { MISSION STATEMENT } Northwestern University Library’s Center for Scholarly Communication & Digital Curationsupports Northwestern scholars through active exploration of new models for disseminating research results, and by developing programs to support long-term retention and re-use of the scholarly output of the University. : : CSCDC.NORTHWESTERN.EDU : :
    • { HISTORY }Launched in October, 2011, during Open Access Week Two staff members & three affiliates Library and University-wide collaborations Website, blog, Twitter, LibGuides, Delicious, & more Consulting & emerging services : : CSCDC.NORTHWESTERN.EDU : :
    • { SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION } Scholarly communication is the process by which scholars create, evaluate, and share the results of their research and creative work. Today, with commonacceptance of digital publishing, scholarly communication concerns include issues affecting content creation and dissemination—copyright, authors rights, open access, self-archiving, peer review, collaboration. : : CSCDC.NORTHWESTERN.EDU : :
    • { DIGITAL CURATION } Digital curation describes a range of activities to manage, protect, share, and preservedigital content, both born-digital and converted from physical formats. Digital humanities and escience are examples of emerging communities of practice that seek to understand and respond to the special challenges—infrastructural, policy, and intellectual—of working with very large collections of digital information. : : CSCDC.NORTHWESTERN.EDU : :
    • { FACULTY DIGITAL PROJECTS } + Scholarly Journal Publishing + Scholarly Monograph Publishing + Manuscript Transcription + Pedagogical Environments + Archival Environments : : CSCDC.NORTHWESTERN.EDU : :
    • { JOURNAL PUBLISHING } + Out of print, and onto the web+ Needs—hosting, ISSN, DOI, indexing, LOCKSS, preservation + Popular model—University of Nebraska + Emerging model—MPublishing + Popular platforms—DigitalCommons, OJS + Emerging platforms—Annotum, PressForward, jPach : : CSCDC.NORTHWESTERN.EDU : :
    • { MONOGRAPH PUBLISHING } + Off the page, and onto the web + Popular models—University of Chicago Press, Northwestern Books + Emerging models—Digitalculturebooks, Open Humanities Press, Book of MPub+ Needs—multiple formats/multiple devices, reader interactivity, perpetual update & review + Popular formats—PDF, EPUB, HTML + Emerging platforms—PressBooks, Drupal, Scalar : : CSCDC.NORTHWESTERN.EDU : :
    • { MANUSCRIPT TRANSCRIPTION } + Out of the archive, and onto the web + Needs—storage, zoom, annotation, indexing, tagging, dictionaries, multiple views, preservation, export+ Examples—Transcribe Bentham, Papers of the War Department + Emerging platforms—Scripto, FromThePage, T-PEN : : CSCDC.NORTHWESTERN.EDU : :
    • { PEDAGOGICAL ENVIRONMENTS } + Out of the BlackBoard, and onto the web+ Needs—collective blog, individual web spaces, digital research plugins, multimedia embeds, digitized collection database, fair use analysis and copyright permissions + Examples—Modernism Now, Digital Folk Music History + Current solutions—Wordpress : : CSCDC.NORTHWESTERN.EDU : :
    • { ARCHIVAL ENVIRONMENTS } + Out of the archives, and onto the web+ Needs—faceted search, playlist & sub-collection creation, user content (annotations, essays, comments, tags), personal accounts & profiles, collaborative metadata, social export + Examples—Paley iCollection, Classiczing Chicago + Emerging platform—Scalar : : CSCDC.NORTHWESTERN.EDU : :
    • { RESOURCES } + Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) + Reshaping Scholarly Communication (ARL)+ Skills & Training for Library Publishing (Shana Kimball, MPublishing)+ Traversing The Book of Mpub: an Agile, Web-first Publishing Model + LibPub Google Group + Guide to Scholarly Communication (CSCDC) : : CSCDC.NORTHWESTERN.EDU : :
    • { Thanks! Questions? { Center for Scholarly Communication & Digital Curation Northwestern University Librarycscdc.northwestern.edu | @NU_CSCDC | cscdc@northwestnern.edu : : JULY 26, 2012 : : CC-BY : :