Does it count?

Digital Scholarship is often collaborative and the final product is inherently different than a thesis, dissertation, journal, or book. How should digital scholarship be evaluated? Is it only the content or does the interface and user experience need to be evaluated as well? Who are the peer viewers? How should credit be shared or “counted” if you are a student, faculty member, librarian or technologist? And of course the larger question- does Digital Scholarship count, full stop?

Categories: Collaboration, Session Proposals, session-talk, Tenure and Promotion |

About Jessica Aberle

Architecture Librarian at the University of Florida. My interests include the preservation of Complex Digital Objects, Community Engagement, and the intersection of DH/DS with the arts and architecture.