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Jack Dougherty, Associate Professor of Educational Studies, Trinity College (CT); Daniel Chamberlain, Director, Center for Digital Learning + Research, Occidental College; Kristen Nawrotzki, Lecturer, University of Education, Heidelberg, Germany; Tim Burke, Professor of History, Swarthmore College
As liberal arts institutions search for sustainable strategies to enhance learning in the digital age, individual scholars are also looking for new modes of communication amid rapid changes in the publishing industry, academic libraries, and intellectual practice. Our panel bridges these conversations with three NITLE-member collaborations featuring open-access scholarship: a journal on archival theory and practice (http://ArchiveJournal.net), a civil rights monograph (http://OnTheLine.trincoll.edu), and an open peer-reviewed edited volume, (http://WritingHistory.trincoll.edu).
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