For more information: https://arthistory.uchicago.edu/happenings/events/navigating-digital-publishing-landscape-integrating-media-narrative-technology
The University of Chicago Library with the Departments of Romance Languages and Literatures and Art History are pleased to invite Cosette Bruhns Alonso for a talk on Navigating the Digital Publishing Landscape: Integrating Media, Narrative, Technology in Multimodal Scholarship on Thursday, March 30 from 4:30–6:30pm CST. The talk will be presented in-person with simultaneous livestream: register to receive the Zoom link, or join us in person at The Joseph Regenstein Library, Room 122A.
Dr. Cosette Bruhns Alonso, Contemporary Publishing Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania, will present on multimodal scholarly publications. Multimodal scholarly publications can offer unique affordances over traditional print publishing formats by enabling authors to embed digital tools and/or data, as well as media-rich enhancements seamlessly in their project narrative. Academic presses including Stanford University Press, MIT Press, and University of Michigan Press have already published a significant number of open access, born-digital monographs. Several other academic presses are actively acquiring digital publications, raising new questions and considerations for prospective authors, including how academic presses are approaching digital publication acquisitions, development processes, and project choices. Additionally, which academic presses are seeking digital publications and what does a proposal for a digital monograph look like?
This talk will introduce the landscape of digital scholarly publishing with a focus on considerations for proposing, designing, and developing multimodal born-digital and hybrid scholarly publications. The conversation will address digital publishing platform choices and the time, cost, and labor involved in their creation and preservation. It will also address how academic presses are establishing practices for the creation, review, preservation, and discoverability of digital publications in partnership with library resources and knowledge in technology, copyright, and discoverability.
For more information, please see the event page. We hope to see you there!