The CFP for the second issue of Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology is for an issue on Feminist Game Studies. The Ada journal is hosted on the Fembot Collective site, with Fembot:
…a scholarly collaboration promoting research on gender, media, and technology. We envision a new model for open access, multimodal publishing that will provide a prototype for collaborative research, publication, and pedagogy in the humanities and social sciences.
The site is extremely rich with the Ada journal and many other resources, including a section for tenure and promotion policies, which currently links to two resources:
- University of Oregon Arts & Administration, Research and/or Creative Work Peer Review (Adjudication) Protocol
- University of Oregon School of Journalism & Communication T&P
It’s great to identify resources like these to show that the landscape for T&P and peer review is quite diverse and to show models of how effective scholarly work can be supported through official systems to support author and institutional needs.