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By Jason Rhody Several projects funded by NEH’s Office of Digital Humanities have been featured in t [...]

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The Art & Science of Curation is a project which explores ideas around Curation and the role of [...]

Botanics Magazine (Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh) Journal of the Marine Biological Association of [...]

One of the themes covered in CFM’s TrendsWatch 2014 report is the power of big data and data analyti [...]

Online Resources for Archaeological Research Workshop: This workshop will introduce archaeological r [...]

An Analytical Onomasticon to the Metamorphoses of OvidWILLARD MCCARTY, with MONICA MATTHEWS, AARA SU [...]

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Guest post by Maria Drabczyk, National Audiovisual Institute, Poland A pilot competition for the bes [...]

ieldran, the Early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery Mapping Project, is officially live and can be found here: i [...]

On 12 February 2014, the UKB has promised her support to the SCOAP3 project. UKB is the Dutch consor [...]

Dear Melbourne DH folk, Following the DHA 2014 conference in Perth, a group of us are keen to start [...]

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The following is a guest post from Jane Mandelbaum, co-chair of the National Digital Stewardship All [...]

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The Big IF: Is Journal Impact Factor really so important?

Journal Impact Factor. For some it is one of the most important metrics of an article’s scientific credibility. For others, it is just an aberration that does not measure anything but “prestige”. One thing is for sure, the IF has become a great headache for the entire scientific community, which has no idea how to [...] [...]

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Hikari Ltd to preserve its e-journals with Portico

Portico is pleased to announce that Hikari Ltd has entered into an agreement with Portico to preserve its e-journals. Through this agreement, Hikari ensures that its e-journals will be preserved and available for future scholars, researchers, and students. “Hikari Ltd is pleased to have its journals archived in Portico,” stated Emil Minchev, president Hikari Ltd. … [...]

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