NEH logo
[Return to Query]

Products for Grant HD-51539-12

HD-51539-12
Encouraging digital scholarly publishing in the Humanities
Bonnie Robinson, North Georgia College and State University

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=HD-51539-12

Workshop: Peer Review Processes for Digital Media (Blog Post)
Title: Workshop: Peer Review Processes for Digital Media
Author: Corey Parson
Abstract: The University Press of North Georgia (UPNG), a scholarly press operated by North Georgia College & State University, is holding a workshop on peer review. This workshop is supported by the NEH Digital Start Up grant and will provide information that is useful to stakeholders in the peer review process, including university administrators, scholars, and professionals of the Humanities. Directors of the University of Florida, the University of Akron, and Wayne State University presses will also be attending this informative and groundbreaking workshop.
Date: 11/01/2012
Primary URL: http://upnorthgeorgia.org/?p=1511
Website: University Press of North Georgia

Peer Review Explained (Blog Post)
Title: Peer Review Explained
Author: Christopher Shull
Abstract: A question we are often asked here at the University Press is “What is this peer review thing and why is it so important?” The Oxford English Dictionary defines peer review as “The review of commercial, professional, or academic efficiency, competence, etc., by others in the same occupation” In publishing, it is the resulting professional or academic article or manuscript that is reviewed or “refereed,” a term associated with Peer Review. And in doing so, the writer(s)’ competency in the subject is reviewed.
Date: 11/05/2012
Primary URL: http://upnorthgeorgia.org/?p=1529
Website: University Press of North Georgia


Permalink: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/products.aspx?gn=HD-51539-12