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Coverage for grant HD-51539-12

Encouraging digital scholarly publishing in the Humanities
Bonnie Robinson, North Georgia College and State University

Grant details:

University Press receives grant of nearly $25,000 for digital publishing (Media Coverage)
Publication: North Georgia News
Date: 4/10/2012

NGCSU University Press receives grant of nearly $25,000 (Media Coverage)
Publication: Access North Georgia
Date: 4/10/2012
URL: http://

Encouraging Digital Publishing in the Humanities: A Report on an NEH-sponsored Workshop (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Adeline Koh
Publication: The Chronicle of Higher Education
Date: 1/15/2013
Abstract: How is the world of academic publishing adapting to the move from print to digital? This has already been the subject of numerous ProfHacker articles, including a report on THATCamp publishing, and my series of interviews with academic libraries and presses on Digital Challenges to Academic Publishing.

Digital publishing initiatives bring grant (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Mike Marshall
Publication: News @ UNG
Date: 2/26/2013
Abstract: In today’s digital world, information is often accessed at high speeds via the internet rather than by book or essay—a trend that is affecting change in areas where more traditional forms of publishing have existed for decades. Higher education is no exception, and Dr. Bonnie Robinson, professor of English at the University of North Georgia, has helped bridge the gap for the University Press by developing digital initiatives and helping to secure a Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The University Press is a scholarly, peer-reviewed press used to promote education, research, and intellectual activity, and provides students an environment to gain experience in publishing and marketing.