Polish Studies Bulletin


Date of the event: 11.05.2020 g.13:00 - 11.05.2020 g.14:30
Added on: 05.05.2020

Innowacja w komunikacji naukowej / otwarte seminarium Centrum Humanistyki Cyfrowej (online)

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Proponowane lektury:

8.Daniel Paul O’Donnell Critical Mass: The Listserv and the Early Online
Community as a Case Study in the Unanticipated Consequences of Innovation in Scholarly Communication
6.Joris J. van Zundert, Smiljana Antonijević, and Tara L. Andrews: ‘Black Boxes’ and True Colour — A Rhetoric of Scholarly Code

  • Fitzpatrick, Kathleen. Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy. NYU Press, 2011.

Chapter 2 Authorship (50-88)
Chapter 3 Texts (89-120)


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Spotkanie odbędzie się za pośrednictwem platformy ZOOM. (Link do wydarzenia jest **tutaj**).


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