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December 4, 2015


Modelling Collaboration in Digital Humanities Scholarship: Foundational Concepts of an EMiC UA Project Charter

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Proud and excited to announce the publication of “Modelling Collaboration in Digital Humanities Scholarship: Foundational Concepts of an EMiC UA Project Charter” by Paul Hjartarson, Harvey Quamen,‚Äč Andrea Hasenbank, Vanessa Lent and EMiC UA in the new University of Alberta Press collection, Cultural Mapping and the Digital Sphere: Place and Space, edited by Kathleen Kellett and Ruth Panofsky.

“In an attempt to balance the multiple roles of project collaborators, EMiC UA had adopted a set of policies that allow for leading contributions to be recognized for their work on particular subprojects while also securing thr foundational importance of the entire group to all work emanating from our collaboratory. We intend to expand existing publication practices in the humanities to give equal recognition to all collaborators as authors. Hence, the list of authors on out published work always includes the group as a whole. Policy: EMiC UA will be credited as an organizational author on all publications derived from collaboratory work.”

Congratulations EMiC UA!


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