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Planning a Digital Scholarship Project
A library guide to guide you through project planning for digital scholarship.
Using appropriate platforms and presenting data in ways that does not recreate power hierarchies in terms of race, class, and gender.
Who is doing the labor and for what compensation?
Contingent Faculty Labor
How do you cite and acknowledge digital scholarship?
Consider a charter: a foundational document that describes the rationale, goals, plan of work, resources needed, terms and conditions, and outcomes of a project. Charters serve as formalized agreements among all team members on such crucial questions as scope, technical design, infrastructural needs, and success criteria.