The launch of centerNet’s DHCommons journal is critically important because these allow for project statements and peer review for mid-stage digital humanities projects, offering a venue for evaluating, validating, and verifying rigor and impact, thus supporting the needs for assessment and improvement as well as promotion and tenure. The news release below is from the centernet email list.
centerNet’s DHCommons journal is excited announce its inaugural issue (http://dhcommons.org/journal/
We are also excited to announce that Padmini Ray Murray will join DHCommons as Managing Editor beginning immediately; details about her role can be found in our editorial introduction to the issue.
We are deeply grateful to all those who have made the journal possible, especially our editorial team (http://dhcenternet.org/2014/
We are delighted to share this first issue with you and would encourage those with mid-stage projects to submit project statements to us for review (http://dhcommons.org/journal/