Articles Posted in the " Humanities " Category

  • Open Access Journals: Desirable and Inevitable?

    Interesting piece from Times Higher Education: We continue to witness a lot of back and forth between publishers and open-access advocates about the merits of Research Councils UK’s open-access policy – but where does it leave journal editors? Some have echoed the publishers’ fears that open access will ruin their business models or undermine journal […]


  • Humanities Research ‘Surfdom’

    As someone who was involved in early digital humanities research (building a database of wartime propaganda posters in order to be able to identify themes/patterns in the posters), this story is really interesting: We are now witnessing what Martin Wynne, Oxford University Computing Services liaison at the Oxford e-Research Centre, describes as “a move from […]


  • Humbox (Open Educational Resource)

    Humbox (Open Educational Resource)

    A couple of days ago I went to a talk at the University of Winchester (where I work) about Humbox. Mick Jardine, one of our Arts lecturers is a partner in Humbox, and had invited the central project team to come and show us what it can do, before it goes live on 26th February […]