How To Make It Last [Digital Publishing Workshop]
In surveying a few long-lasting digital publishing projects, we'll learn what characteristics have made them credible, sustainable, and fundable. What decisions shaped the projects and helped ensure their longevity? What kinds of institutional and grant support have fostered their continued growth? What technological factors have been important in their durability? Possible projects include the Brown Women Writer's Project, William Blake Archive, Rossetti Archive, Walt Whitman Archive, and the Index Thomisticus.
The Digital Publishing Workshop series invites faculty, graduate students, and staff to explore digital publishing topics through informal workshops focused on specific concepts or tools. Hosted by Duke Libraries Digital Scholarship Services and co-sponsored by Trinity Technology Services, this series will help participants learn about practical ways to plan, develop, and contribute to digital publishing projects in the humanities.
Sessions feature brief topic overviews and tool demonstrations with open Q&A. Presenters will also highlight resources in the Libraries and at Duke for pursuing further work. Following each workshop, participants are welcome to linger in the Studio for hands-on practice or follow-up consultations.