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Digital scholar 2

  1. 1. The Digital ScholarNew Tools for Writing and ResearchAugust 14, 2012Holly Willis / Elizabeth RamseyInstitute for Multimedia Literacy
  2. 2. academic branding?scholarly community?research ecologies?Choosing terms…
  3. 3. new forms: research scholarly communicationWhy an “ecology”?
  4. 4. We are moving away from a transmission model of communication that presumes a sender and receiver……to defining systems and information architectures whichare participatory, collaborative and extensible…Why an “ecology”?
  5. 5. legitimationaccessdisseminationpreservationcuration
  6. 6. legitimationaccessdisseminationpreservation reputationcuration community + sharing dynamic collaborative Christine Borgman, Scholarship in the Digital Age
  7. 7. Algorithm“a machine for the motion of parts”Alex Galloway, Gaming: Essays on Algorithmic Culturemetaphors
  8. 8. Expressive Processingnot about authoring, but about “defining the rules for systembehavior”Noah Wardrip-Fruin, Expressive Processingmetaphors
  9. 9. * The Labyrinth Projecttransformative scholarship
  10. 10. * Vectors Journal of Culture and Technology in a DynamicVernaculartransformative scholarship
  11. 11. Pat O’Neill - Tracing the Decay of Fiction
  12. 12. Norman Klein - Bleeding Through: Layers of Los Angeles
  13. 13. * Alliance for Networking Visual Culturetransformative scholarship
  14. 14. transformative scholarship
  15. 15. Florian Thalhofer, Korsakow System
  16. 16. * Digitalculturebooks University of Michigan Presstransformative scholarship
  17. 17. usersdata process author Noah Wardrip-Fruin, in Expressive Processing
  18. 18. profile-- Google yourself-- think about your name-- consider your image-- get another email account-- diverse components: public/private
  19. 19. profile“One of the things the digital era affords us as scholars isthe ability to both deliver to a wider audience, and developa reputation independent of institutional structures.”
  20. 20. honest appraisal-- time?-- interest?-- high stakes or low stakes?-- user style
  21. 21. social/academic-- Academia.edu-- Google+-- LinkedIn-- Mendeley-- About.me-- (these are low stakes)
  22. 22. website-- bio / CV / research interests-- continuous-- higher stakes
  23. 23. Robert Hernandezwww.webjournalist.org
  24. 24. alexleavitt.com
  25. 25. blogging
  26. 26. blogging-- Topic-- Goal-- Post versus essay-- Schedule-- Academic Blogs Portal http://www.academicblogs.org
  27. 27. Henry JenkinsConfessions of an Aca-Fan www.henryjenkins.org
  28. 28. danah boyd apopheniawww.zephoria.org
  29. 29. Anne Galloway Purse Lip Square Jawwww.purselipsquare jaw.org
  30. 30. blogging“For me, it comes down to making things public in a way thatis part an experiment in a kind of open-source designpractice, part as a way to manage a torrent of ephemeralmaterial, snippets, thoughts, sketches, cobbled togetherprototypes, Shandy-esque projects that start and then stopand then start and then divert — a collection and ideacirculation machine.” - Julian Bleecker
  31. 31. microblogging
  32. 32. wikis
  33. 33. wikis
  34. 34. citation-- to organize and manage citations-- researching “in public”
  35. 35. tagging
  36. 36. notes/curation
  37. 37. presentation
  38. 38. RSS
  39. 39. EducauseNew Media ConsortiumHASTACIthakaMacArthur Foundationfor Digital Media and Learning
  40. 40. thank you! Holly Willis hwillis@cinema.usc.edu Elizabeth Ramseyeramsey@cinema.usc.edu

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