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An archipelago of multimedia publishing

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This keynote presentation at the Digital Dissemination seminar at Skövde University in Sweden traces the development of the Vega Academic Publishing System from its roots in Cheryl Ball's work as the editor of the online journal, Kairos.

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An archipelago of multimedia publishing

  1. 1. An Archipelago of Multimedia Publishing Dr. Cheryl E. Ball | West Virginia University
  2. 2. (Digital) Publishing Studies • theorized practice • focus on production • interdisciplinary • research about publishing practices courtesy of Maia C, Flickr CC license
  3. 3. Digital Scholarly Genres Tools Archives Knowledge http://www.hastac.org
  4. 4. Hypertexts/ Hypermedia New media scholarship Digital scholarship Online scholarship Webtexts Scholarly multimedia Designed research On naming, see Ball, 2004; Lauer 2009, 2012 Naming Our Scholarship
  5. 5. Text http://kairos.technorhetoric.net
  6. 6. Kairos’s first issue, circa 1996
  7. 7. http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/13.2/topoi/delagrange/index.html
  8. 8. Satellite Lamps http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/19.1/inventio/martinussen-et-al
  9. 9. http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/14.2/disputatio/holeton/
  10. 10. The New River, October 1996 - present Born Magazine, 1997-2011 (Web)BeeHive, 1998-2002
  11. 11. Preservation of Webtexts
  12. 12. http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/7.x
  13. 13. Web archive version of webtext from CCC Online
  14. 14. Jeremy Tirrell’s “A Geographic History of Online Rhet/Comp Journals” http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/16.3/topoi/tirrell/
  15. 15. Sustainability
  16. 16. infrastructures for digital publishing social scholarly technical Photos by miuenski on Flickr See DeVoss, Cushman, & Grabill, CCC 57(1); Eyman & Ball 2014a, 2014b
  17. 17. Kairos’s social infrastructure Tier 1: internal, section editors Tier 2: external, board members (if R&R at Tier 2) Tier 3: one-on-one mentoring between author & staff member
  18. 18. Tiers 2 & 3 Peer Review A. Macro-reviewing Comprehensive/substantive editing of form, content, and form:content B. Micro-reviewing Specific rhetorical and technical edits See Ball, 2013, “Multimodal Revision Techniques in Webtexts” Photo from Knight Foundation, Flickr
  19. 19. current copy-editing rotation for Kairos 20.1
  20. 20. See Eyman & Ball 2014a, 2014b infrastructures for digital publishing social scholarly technical Photos by miuenski on Flickr
  21. 21. Text http://kairos.technorhetoric.net
  22. 22. Key Concerns for Digital Scholarship • accessible • usable • archivable technical
  23. 23. Toward the Future
  24. 24. Text http://vegapub.com
  25. 25. Text Andrew Morrison Director, Centre for Design Research at (AHO) Oslo School of Architecture and Design
  26. 26. Text Bengler design-development studio in Oslo, Norway
  27. 27. Vega Features Author tools multimedia authoring LaTeX conversion collaborative writing submission review tracking Editor tools open/closed peer-review a/synchronous review version control & DAM Venue tools modular workflows OA or embargoed rich metadata cross-refs & retraction features
  28. 28. c. Inge Ove Tysnes
  29. 29. DPI: Digital Publishing Institute
  30. 30. c. Inge Ove Tysnes
  31. 31. http://ceball.com | s2ceball | s2ceball@gmail.com thank you

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