Oct 18 2011

Publishing with time-based media

I’m interested in scholars making use of media archives and multimedia sources. I’d like to explore new modes of publication and how digital humanists can embed/cite/integrate time-based media into their digital publications. Besides simple citation, what are some examples of scholarly works integrating external audio/video/games/flash into their products? How can the archives and content sources facilitate this use?

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I'm a project manager in the WGBH Media Library & Archives interested in getting our materials out of the vault and into the hands of researchers. I'm particularly interested in collaborating with scholars who want to use our material digital humanities projects and, in return, contribute data to our collection catalog.

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