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Community technology projects underpin so much of the digital humanities and libraries, but building these communities and maintaining them over time is not easy. Various models for sustainability have been tried over the past 150 years, and there are some clear better practices to follow when planning projects. Margaret Heller, Digital Services Librarian at Loyola University Chicago Libraries will discuss the special challenges in making community digital academic and library projects sustainable, based on her 2019 book Community Technology Projects: Making Them Work. Sponsored by the Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why would you make your work open access? What really goes into publishing? How can we help make scholarship more equitable? Learn from a group of Loyola faculty and students how they answer these questions. Bring your lunch, and we'll supply coffee and dessert.
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