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Explorations in Digital Publishing


This two-part series of exploratory workshops offers humanities scholars in metro Atlanta an opportunity to learn about and evaluate options for publishing digital monographs.

REGISTER HERE for the What Is a Digital Monograph? workshop on March 25.

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Part 1: What Is a Digital Monograph?

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REGISTER HERE!

Friday, March 25, 2022, 9am to noon

Workshop is open to all humanities scholars based in metro Atlanta, free of charge. Enrollment is limited. Please register by March 18, 2022.

This three-hour workshop explores genre change in the digital era and offers an introduction for authors of monographs who are considering open access or digital publication.

The workshop will be led by:

Participants will explore the monograph genre and the options available for developing monographs in the digital environment, with an emphasis on considering the needs of specific academic and public audiences.

Participants are expected to give five-minute lightning presentations of their works-in-progress.

Part 2: Shaping a Digital Monograph

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DATE FOR NEXT WORKSHOP COMING SOON!

Workshop is open to everyone who has completed the "What Is a Digital Monograph?" workshop. Enrollment is limited.

This workshop offers practical project guidance to authors in the early stages of developing a digital monograph. It will also help to prepare those interested in applying to the Digital Monograph Writers Workshop.

The workshop will be led by:

  • Dr. Kayla Shipp, Digital Scholarship Specialist, Emory Center for Digital Scholarship;
  • Sarah McKeeSenior Associate Director for Publishing, Digital Publishing in the Humanities;
  • other staff from the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship with expertise relevant to specific projects.
Participants are expected to give five-minute lightning presentations of their works-in-progress.