Women Writers Project – Teaching Partnership

The Women Writers in Review collection (http://wwp.neu.edu/review/) is looking for partners with for their piloting assignments. They are searching for pedagogical consultants who would work with them to create and test assignments to be published with their collections of teaching materials. For more information, please see: http://wwp.neu.edu/research/projects/reception/pedagogical-development.html

We Are Not Alone

Documentary editors may not have as direct a presence on cable TV as historical archaeologists, but we can see a lot of ourselves in a recent posting by Paul Mullins, the president of the Society for Historical Archaeology. With some substitution of terms, he’s talking about us: “We live in […]

How Can the ADE Improve Efforts to Work with Amateur Editors?

I recently came across Ben Brumfield’s summary of his recent presentation at the Social Digital Scholarly Editing meeting, on “The Collaborative Future of Amateur Editions.” Brumfield, self-described as “not a scholarly editor. . . an amateur editor and professional software developer,” is best-known for creating the wiki-based platform for crowdsourcing […]