• Peer Review

    Author(s):
    Kathleen Fitzpatrick (see profile)
    Date:
    2015
    Group(s):
    TC Digital Humanities, TM Libraries and Research
    Subject(s):
    Scholarly communication
    Item Type:
    Book chapter
    Tag(s):
    publishing, scholarly communication, peer review
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/M6631D
    Abstract:
    Peer review's importance in academic research and scholarship suggests that it may present a particularly challenging and useful design problem for the digital humanities. How might scholars who are particularly engaged with the challenges presented by networks for the gathering, structuring, and analysis of data work together to develop flexible review processes for new forms of digital work – and how must those scholars work together to articulate and promote the values through which such work is evaluated? This chapter explores the historical development of peer review, as well as some recent network-based experiments with new forms of review, as a means of arguing for the kind of processes that might best serve the needs of digital communities of practice.
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    Published as:
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    Status:
    Published
    Last Updated:
    1 year ago
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    All Rights Reserved

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