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The evaluation of digital work is a big issue that concerns those in academic positions in the digital humanities. Faculty hired to work in DH often feel their work isn't appreciated by their senior and more traditional colleagues.  
The evaluation of digital work is a big issue that concerns those in academic positions in the digital humanities. Faculty hired to work in DH often feel their work isn't appreciated by their senior and more traditional colleagues.  
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* [[Evaluating Digital Work for Tenure and Promotion | http://wiki.mla.org/index.php/WORKSHOP_2012]] is a list of the resources used in an MLA workshop in 2012 on this issue.
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* [Evaluating Digital Work for Tenure and Promotion http://wiki.mla.org/index.php/WORKSHOP_2012] is a list of the resources used in an MLA workshop in 2012 on this issue.
* [The Evaluation of Digital Work | http://wiki.mla.org/index.php/Evaluation_Wiki] is a wiki hosted by the MLA on the subject.
* [The Evaluation of Digital Work | http://wiki.mla.org/index.php/Evaluation_Wiki] is a wiki hosted by the MLA on the subject.
* [MLA Profession 2011 | http://www.mlajournals.org/toc/prof/2011/1] is an issue that includes a collection of papers on the issue of evaluating digital work. The articles are available online. I have an article that is a good introduction [On the Evaluation of Digital Media as Scholarship | http://www.mlajournals.org/doi/abs/10.1632/prof.2011.2011.1.152].
* [MLA Profession 2011 | http://www.mlajournals.org/toc/prof/2011/1] is an issue that includes a collection of papers on the issue of evaluating digital work. The articles are available online. I have an article that is a good introduction [On the Evaluation of Digital Media as Scholarship | http://www.mlajournals.org/doi/abs/10.1632/prof.2011.2011.1.152].

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The evaluation of digital work is a big issue that concerns those in academic positions in the digital humanities. Faculty hired to work in DH often feel their work isn't appreciated by their senior and more traditional colleagues.

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