- Peer Review and Digital Projects
February 10, 2011 12:00 pm - 01:00 pm
Wells Library, E170-D -
Brown Bag Series
Peer Review and Digital Projects
Perspectives from Professors Ruth Stone, Daniel Reed, and Margaret Dolinsky
How can digital projects be peer reviewed? Will digital projects count toward tenure and promotion? How do I get my colleagues to take digital projects seriously as research and creative activity? Are departments and colleges changing their views on digital projects?
What are the best kinds of digital projects for peer review? This panel will share their experiences with digital projects, and the peer review process. Using examples from their work they will also describe how they’ve navigated this landscape in the academy.
Daniel Reed, is Associate Professor of Folklore and Ethnomusicology and Director of Graduate Studies. Professor Reed is author of the book, Dan Ge Performance, winner of the Amaury Talbot Prize. He has contributed original field data to the EVIA Digital Archive Project, and his recent research involves music of West African immigrants living in the United States.
Margaret Dolinsky, is Associate Professor School of Fine Arts; Research Scientist Pervasive Technology Institute; and Fellow Institute of the Digital Arts and Humanities. Professor Dolinsky creates interactive art for high-speed networks and collaborative art experiences for the CAVE Automated Virtual Environment.
Ruth Stone is Associate Vice Provost for Research; Laura Boulton Professor of
Folklore and Ethnomusicology; and Director, Media Preservation Initiative. Professor Stone is author of Let the Inside Be Sweet, Dried Millet Breaking, and Theory for Ethnomusicology.
Wells Library, E170-D
1320 E. Tenth Street
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