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Do humanities researchers need a publishing strategy?

Do humanities researchers need a publishing strategy?

It seems to be an increasing necessity that researchers provide evidence of their ‘research impact’ and just how to best to create, measure and demonstrate research impact is becoming an important part of the planning […]

Aug, 19
The humanities, public engagement and the academic library

The humanities, public engagement and the academic library

Despite healthy enrolments, the perception that the humanities have been undergoing a ‘crisis’ is well founded. Government and private support for the humanities is in decline even though the humanities are highly valued by society. […]

Jul, 11
flux and change in scholarly book publishing

flux and change in scholarly book publishing

There is no doubt that the digitisation of information has radically changed the way scholarly information is published and disseminated.   The impact on the Australian scholarly book publishing industry is a particularly interesting area to […]

Jun, 15
libraries and the digital humanities

libraries and the digital humanities

The digital humanities is a fast-growing area which operates at the intersection of technology and humanities research. For those who like definitions, here is one from the Australasian Association for the Digital Humanities: We understand […]

Jun, 01

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