New open access website "Hacking the Academy" is online

9 Sep 2011 (All day)

Hacking the Academy, the Edited Volume is now live. The first draft of the volume at a new open-access website developed by MPublishing, the publishing division of the University of Michigan Library, the volume will be published in print under the University of Michigan Press digitalculturebooks imprint in 2012 (follow them @Mdigitalculture).

Hacking the Academy was assembled and edited by Dan Cohen and Tom Scheinfeldt from the best of over 300 submissions received during a spirited week when the two editors actively solicited ideas for how the academy could be beneficially reformed using digital media and technology.
Hacking the Academy, the Edited Volume is now live. The first draft of the volume at a new open-access website developed by MPublishing, the publishing division of the University of Michigan Library, the volume will be published in print under the University of Michigan Press digitalculturebooks imprint in 2012 (follow them @Mdigitalculture).

Hacking the Academy was assembled and edited by Dan Cohen and Tom Scheinfeldt from the best of over 300 submissions received during a spirited week when the two editors actively solicited ideas for how the academy could be beneficially reformed using digital media and technology.

http://www.digitalculture.org/hacking-the-academy/

 

Hacking the Academy: The Edited Volume

Introductions

Preface | Dan Cohen and Tom Scheinfeldt
Why “Hacking”? | Tad Suiter

Hacking Scholarship
Getting Yourself Out of the Business in Five Easy Steps | Jason Baird Jackson
Burn the Boats/Books | David Parry
Reinventing the Academic Journal | Jo Guldi
Reading and Writing | Michael O’Malley
Voices: Blogging | Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, Mark Sample, Dan Cohen
The Crisis of Audience and the Open Access Solution | John Unsworth
Open Access Publishing | Kathleen Fitzpatrick
Open Access and Scholarly Values: A Conversation | Dan Cohen, Stephen Ramsay, and Kathleen Fitzpatrick
Voices: Sharing One’s Research | Chad Black, Mark Sample
Making Digital Scholarship Count | Mills Kelly
Theory, Method, and Digital Humanities | Tom Scheinfeldt

Hacking Teaching

Dear Students | Gideon Burton
Lectures are Bullshit | Jeff Jarvis
From Knowledgeable to Knowledge-able | Michael Wesch
Voices: Classroom Engagement | Mills Kelly, David Doria, Rey Junco
Digital Literacy and the Undergraduate Curriculum | Jeff McClurken, Jeremy Boggs, Adrianne Wadewitz, Anne Ellen Geller, and Jon Beasley-Murray
What’s Wrong with Writing Essays: A Conversation | Mark Sample and Kelly Schrum
Assessment versus Innovation | Cathy Davidson
A Personal Cyberinfrastructure | Gardner Campbell
Voices: Learning Management Systems | Matt Gold, Jim Groom
Hacking the Dissertation | Anastasia Salter
How to Read a Book in One Hour | Larry Cebula

Hacking Institutions

The Absent Presence: A Conversation | Brian Croxall and David Parry
Uninvited Guests: Twitter at Invitation-only Events | Bethany Nowviskie
Unconferences | Ethan Watrall, James Calder, and Jeremy Boggs
Voices: Twitter at Conferences | Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Jason B. Jones, Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, Amanda French
The Entropic Library | Andrew Ashton
The Wrong Business for Libraries | Christine Madsen
Re-imagining Academic Archives | Christopher J. Prom
Interdisciplinary Centers and Spaces | Stephen Ramsay and Adam Turner
Take an Elective | Sharon Leon
Voices: Interdisciplinarity | Ethan Watrall, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, David Parry

Conclusions

An Open Letter to the Forces of Change | Jennifer Howard
The Trouble with Digital Culture | Tim Carmody