Open Arabic Periodical Editions: A Framework for Bootstrapped Scholarly Editions Outside the Global North

Article of interest about Open Arabic Periodical Editions:

Till Grallert, "Open Arabic Periodical Editions: A Framework for Bootstrapped Scholarly Editions Outside the Global North," Digital Humanities Quarterly 16 no. 2 (2022). http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/16/2/000593/000593.html

Bringing arts and humanities perspectives to the redefinition of ” what counts” in research(er) evaluation

In this post on its open humanities blog, DARIAH (Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities) presents their views on the European Union's ongoing review of the Future of scholarly publishing and scholarly communication:

How AI is accelerating research publishing

"Scholarly publishing is in a state of change, and the centuries old model of traditional peer review-based publishing is under more pressure than ever to become faster and more open, writes Rachel Burley... Artificial intelligence is now supporting authors and publications alike by speeding up the publication process while helping to preserve quality with fewer human resources, and the tools can give journals competitive advantages for attracting authors.

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