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OPENNESS, ETHICS, AND EVALUATION: The Evolving Landscape of Scholarly Communication in the Humanities

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A keynote address to the Binghamton Digital Humanities Research Institute in September 2019

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OPENNESS, ETHICS, AND EVALUATION: The Evolving Landscape of Scholarly Communication in the Humanities

  1. 1. OPENNESS, ETHICS, AND EVALUATION: The Evolving Landscape of Scholarly Communication in the Humanities Nicky Agate, PhD she/her/hers Binghamton Digital Humanities Research Institute 2019
  2. 2. Scholarly communication means owning our narrative (with intentionality at the core)
  3. 3. OPEN as in access Sharing, repositories, and DOIs, oh my!
  4. 4. Open Science Framework osf.io Humanities Commons hcommons.org Zenodo zenodo.org
  5. 5. My digital projects bring all the opens to the yard
  6. 6. OPEN as in inclusive Content, credit, citation
  7. 7. OPEN as in usable Navigation, connection, reuse
  8. 8. OPEN as in accessible compliance & community access
  9. 9. OPEN as in sustainable Labor, dependencies, preservation
  10. 10. OPEN as in discoverable Easy to find; easy to cite Also: metadata, metadata, metadata
  11. 11. WORKING in the open Challenges, opportunities, risks
  12. 12. Digital Safety for Open Researchers http://bit.ly/opensafe WNYC Privacy Paradox http://bit.ly/wnyc_privacy DIY Guide to Feminist Cybersecurity http://bit.ly/DIYfeminist
  13. 13. COUNTING BEANS Expressing the value of our work
  14. 14. Currently, academia values what it measures, rather than measuring what it values
  15. 15. What do humanists do?
  16. 16. Processes, products, values, indicators
  17. 17. Defining and Grouping Shared Values
  18. 18. Our team’s initial, very preliminary, very beta set of values and subvalues
  19. 19. Thank you!

A keynote address to the Binghamton Digital Humanities Research Institute in September 2019

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