Despite the possibilities of new tools, platforms, and technologies, the printed journal retains its dominance in academic discourse. How can we break from this form and expand our understanding of scholarship's potential?
How can you incorporate new forms of scholarship into your current research?
What impacts can new forms of scholarship have within the academy and in the world outside it?
What ideas do you have for pushing your own scholarship, or that of your colleagues in new directions – in both form and content? Consider how new scholarly forms impact the questions we ask and are able to answer, and to what extent can new forms help us address the timeless questions of the humanities?
How can we support new forms of scholarship within and outside the academy? And promote the value and visibility of this type of work?
What obstacles have you faced or do you anticipate in trying to change the way you conduct and present your research?
With new scholarly forms come new means for evaluation as traditional criteria no longer stand up – what might some of these look like?