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2) Need to broaden audience for the humanities
"Crowdsourcing" was the general term that kept coming up, STENDRA price, STENDRA without a prescription, but I think it was a placeholder for something broader that might be called "participatory engagement" with audiences both traditional and more popular. In a number of side conversations, STENDRA over the counter, Buy STENDRA no prescription, it became clear to me that substantial work is to be done to figure out the best ways to funnel enthusiasm into productive work which would out the corpus of available humanities data and metadata without overdetermining the scholarly analysis; as we're not understanding with our Historical Maps work at NYPL, much of the work here is to determine how to atomize the work involved into granular enough pieces, generic STENDRA, STENDRA class, and how to apply casual gaming mechanics so that the work becomes compelling. BUY STENDRA NO PRESCRIPTION, Two other key points here: one is that this was the first discussion of crowdsourcing and the humanities I've been involved with in which the idea of engaging undergraduates tipped from intriguing possibility to serious area for experimentation among the participants. Greg Crane's framing of sentence treebanking by undergraduate students as both pedagogically valuable *and* a useful contribution to the field made tangible what we've been seeing with the various classes who've been using our maps rectifier: there's a sweet spot to be explored where participatory archives can both teach and facilitate scholarship in the best tradition of scholarly editions, STENDRA brand name.
The other thought that emerged was that the broader engagement that I and others (notably Cliff Lynch) have been describing as a move from "public humanities" to "citizen humanities" (and for which "crowdsourcing" seems to serve as a useful shorthand) could have very tangible benefits as increased visibility to and participation by the public translates into more public funding. The general perception of the academic humanities as far removed from the daily lives of the general public that is only heightened by isolationist jargon and publishing mechanisms that create rather than break down silos represents a massive failure to make the case for the value of that work to society, and federal/state funding (or the relative lack thereof) follows that lead.
3) How to transition from a moment of physical print publication to the twin production and public engagement phases of digital publishing.
I can't recall who made this point, but the crux of the shift in scholarship is from a moment of ink being fixed on paper to a conversation, an ongoing process of evolving engagement with the ideas in a text. We had a great discussion on Twitter about the idea of scholarly texts as version-controlled software, where Sharon Leon responded to a comment I made about successive editions as version releases by tweeting, "I'm sure lots of people would like to think that, but there are many bug fixes posing as versions out there."
Regardless of the quality of the changes, the mapping scholarly conventions like citation onto a world of mutable texts is at the heart of changing norms for digital scholarship, and one for which the example of scholarly editions might well be instructive. One could well think of editions not just as being authored but as being maintained; there's always potential for more curation, more talmudic commentary around the material at the heart of an edition. If one removes the requirement for a moment of print fixity in order to facilitate dissemination, then the edition becomes a curated data store, always potentially evolving in a way that resonates with the culture of the web itself.
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