We invite you to use the comments form to contribute to the meta-anthology that will be created in the Anthologizr pilot repository, to test the tools and assess their effectiveness in different subject areas.

If you are a teacher, lecturer, professor in Higher Education, we would like to know about any articles, book chapters, essays, monographs, etc, that you use, currently or recently, in your teaching, and issue to your students via printed or electronic study packs, or in VLEs.

The catch is, we only want items that are available in Open Access journals or repositories, or with some other clearly articulated open licence (Public Domain, Creative Commons). This doesn’t exclude articles in paid-for journals, but the link we need is to a version (pre-print/post-print) in an OA repository.

All contributions gratefully received via the Leave A Comment form on this page. We would appreciate it if you could include an indication of

  • your name,
  • your institution,
  • the taught subject the item(s) recommended relate to, and
  • the URL of the item(s), with a brief citation if possible (nothing too formal, we’re not specifying a citation style!)

…but if you only want to leave a URL and brief citation, that’s ok. A maximum of 6 items per person is probably sufficient.

We look forward to finding out what articles you like to Anthologize!

3 thoughts on “Contribute

  1. Ernesto Priego
    Freelance researcher affiliated to UCLDH
    Comics Studies and Online Publishing

    McCarty, W. (2012) “The residue of uniqueness”. Controversies around the digital humanities, ed Manfred Thaller. Historical Social Research – Historische Sozialforschung 37.3: 24-45. Complete PDF available at . Accessed 7 August 2012.

    Scott, R.W. (2000) ‘Comics Research Libraries as of July 1993: Introduction.’ . Accessed 07 August 2012.

    Terras, M.S. (2010) ‘Digital curiosities: resource creation via amateur digitization.’ Literary and Linguistic Computing. doi: 10.1093/llc/fqq019. Available via UCL Discovery: Accessed 7 August 2012.

    Walsh, J.A. (2012) “Comic Book Markup Language: An Introduction and Rationale”. DH Quarterly Volume 6 Number 1. . Accessed 7 August 2012.

    Whitson, R. and Donald Ault, eds. William Blake and Visual Culture. ImageText 3.2 (2007). Web. 9 Apr. 2010. <a href="Whitson 2007 Whitson, Roger and Donald Ault, eds. William Blake and Visual Culture. Spec. issue of ImageText 3.2 (2007). . Accessed 7 August 2012.

    Whitson, R. “What makes a comic digital?” In Media Res. A MediaCommons Project. February 20 2012. . Accessed 7 August 2012.

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