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Feb 29 / Clayton Hayes

Case Studies and Examples for Evaluating Digital Scholarship

The College Art Association (CAA) and the Society of Architectural Historians (SAH) recently developed and released Guidelines for the Evaluation of Digital Scholarship in Art and Architectural History. These guidelines grew out of a joint task force, funded by a Mellon grant, with the purpose of exploring existing guidelines and literature on digital scholarship, and through surveys of faculty and administrators in the fields of art and architectural history.

A blog post summarizing the contents of the guidelines can be found on the CAA blog here, and the guidelines can be found (along with many other resources) on either the SAH or CAA websites. Additionally, the Modern Language Association’s Guidelines for Evaluating Work in Digital Humanities and Digital Media, mentioned at the opening of the blog post, can be found here.