This tutorial will show you how to post your announcement to H-Announce, H-Net's free academic announcement service.
Companion tutorial showing users how to navigate H-Announce coming soon!
With the assistance of Rick Anderson, I have posted his article on Copyright and Open Access which originally appeared in the American Historical Association's Perspectives.
You can find this article and a few others that have lasting value in the "Resources" tab at the top of the H-Scholar homepage.
You can also retrieve other useful articles by entering the search term "How-to" in the seach box on the H-Scholar homepage. This will also retrieve some discussions posted to the list about how to particpate in H-Scholar and H-Net.
Duncan Jamieseon, who has served as an H-Sport Advisory Board member since the beginning of H-Sport and as an H-Sport Journal Watch contributor since the resource began in 2011, has stepped down from his role as a Journal Watch contributor. The H-Sport team thanks Duncan for his dedicated service to H-Sport and looks forward to continuing to work with him as an Advisory Board member.
The H-Asia editorial team has become larger and more international than ever with the addition of several new volunteers over the past few months. Beween us we cover eight different countries (and many time zones): Austria, Brunei, Canada, India, Pakistan, Singapore, Thailand and the USA. Few of us have actually met each other in person; our communication with each other is via email and H-Net, as it is with most of you.
2015 update to How to Give a Conference Paper by Edward James and Farah Mendlesohn. This is a supplement to the earlier article entitled "How to Give a Conference Paper. " The co-authors have recently updated it and it is reprinted here with their permission.
The H-Net Commons interface is now much easier to use. If you haven't tried it, we are eager to hear from you. Here are some hints about receiving list mail/notifications.
If you are reading this online, you may want to change your "Notification" settings so that you get H-Scholar posts in your email.
Today marks one year since H-Asia migrated to the H-Net Commons.
At the time of migration on April 10, 2014, H-ASIA had 7,710 subscriptions. Today there are 8,285 subscriptions.
Hopefully most readers have become accustomed to the new system, but here are a couple of reminders: