October 3: Authoritative Information and Changing Scholarship

Edward L. Ayers, “Doing Scholarship on the Web: Ten Years of Triumphs–And A           Disappointment,” Chronicle of Higher Education (30 January 2004).

Dan Cohen, “From Babel to Knowledge,” D-Lib Magazine 12:3 (March 2006).

Daniel Cohen and Roy Rosenzweig, “Web of lies? Historical Knowledge on the Internet.” 2005.

Jerome McGann, “Sustainability: the Elephant in the Room,” from McGann, Online Humanities Scholarship: The Shape of Things to Come (2010).

David Levy, “No time to think: Reflections on information technology and contemplative    scholarship,” Ethics and Information Technology 9 (15 December 2007): 237-249.

Roy Rosenzweig, “The Road to Xanadu: Public and Private Pathways on the History Web,” Journal of American History 88 (September 2001): 548-579.

Lisa Spiro, “Doing Digital Scholarship,” Digital Scholarship in the Humanities blog.

William G. Thomas, “Writing a Digital History Journal Article from Scratch: An Account,”  Digital History (2007)

Robert B. Townsend, “Mission, Media, and Risk: The American Historical Association Online,” Perspectives on History (December 2008).

Peruse: American Council of Learned Societies, Our Cultural Commonwealth, 2006

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