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Digital Media Scholarship: Innovation or Insanity?
 

Digital Media Scholarship: Innovation or Insanity?

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Presented by Dr. Cheryl E. Ball at the 2011 Modern Language Association, this presentation explains why digital media scholarship needs its own kind of content-management system and what one journal, ...

Presented by Dr. Cheryl E. Ball at the 2011 Modern Language Association, this presentation explains why digital media scholarship needs its own kind of content-management system and what one journal, Kairos, is doing to fix that.

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    Digital Media Scholarship: Innovation or Insanity? Digital Media Scholarship: Innovation or Insanity? Presentation Transcript

    • Digital Media Scholarship:
      Innovation or Insanity?
    • Two Kinds of Scholarship
    • Two Kinds of Scholarship
    • Kairos Peer-Review Process
    • Collaboratively Reviewing Aesthetics
    • Collaboratively Reviewing Aesthetics
    • Collaboratively Reviewing Aesthetics
    • Collaboratively Reviewing Aesthetics
    • Snippet of Collaborative Review
    • A Quick Review…
    • A Quick Review…
    • Head Count
      Print Article
      1 word document
      2-3 figures (maybe)
      Webtext (typical)
      20 image files in a folder
      15 HTML files (grouped by folder)
      2 CSS files
      1 PDF
      1 video file
      > 1 audio file
    • History of Kairos
      Map courtesy of Jeremy Tirrell’s Mapping Digital Technology in Rhet/Comp History
    • Kairos design, circa 1996
    • Kairos webtext, circa 1996
    • Kairos webtext, circa 1996
    • Kairos webtext, circa 1996
    • Original Kairos Staff
    • Kairos redesign, circa 1999
    • Kairos redesign, circa 2008
    • Open Journal Systems?
      Features
      1. OJS is installed locally and locally controlled.
      2. Editors configure requirements, sections, review process.
      3. Online submission and management of all content.
      4. Subscription module with delayed open access options.
      5. Comprehensive indexing of content part of global system.
      6. Reading Tools for content, based on field and editors' choice.
      7. Email notification and commenting ability for readers.
      8. Complete context-sensitive online Help support.
      http://pkp.sfu.ca/?q=ojs
    • Open Journal System (Examples)
    • Open Journal System (Examples)
    • Open Journal System (Examples)
    • Open Journal System (Examples)
    • Open Journal System (Examples)
    • Kairos redesign, circa 2008
    • No Money In, No Money Out?
      free
      no ads
      no affiliations
    • No Money In, No Money Out?
      Kairos
      + OJS
      + NEH
      = FTW!
    • Kairos Plug-ins for OJS
      Reviewer & Editor Features
      synchronous and visual review of webtexts
      voting & gaming options for reviewers
      sticky notes for writing directly on interface
      moving all files together
      archiving all versions
      DOIs on all media elements
      Compatibility with Zotero
      Reader Features (Phase Two?)
      Citation tools for media elements
      Robust search/index for webtexts and media elements
      Remix & post capabilities
      Creation of own journal “issues” (for syllabi, research, etc.)
    • Project Affiliates
      Dr. Kathie GossettAssociate Editor of KairosOld Dominion University
      Dr. Douglas Eyman
      Senior Editor of KairosGeorge Mason University
      Stephen PottsPHP Programmer ExtraordinaireNorfolk, VA
      Dr. Cheryl E. Ball, PIEditor of KairosIllinois State University
      cball@ilstu.edu
      http://kairos.technorhetoric.net