On Thursday, February 12, from 12:30-2pm, FI Deputy Director Katina Rogers will be participating in a panel on digital scholarly publishing at the College Art Association’s annual conference. Her remarks will focus on “Risk and Reward in Digital Scholarly Work.” Katina plans discuss issues of audience, public engagement, the affordances of new platforms, the role of scholarly societies, and the implications of digital scholarly work on graduate training and career possibilities.
The panel includes Anne Goodyear, Bowdoin College; Emily Pugh, Getty Research Institute; Ellen McBreen, Wheaton College; and Gloria Sutton, Northeastern University. The panel will be chaired by Suzanne Preston Blier, Harvard University. Details are available at http://conference.collegeart.org/programs/caa-publications-committeea-digital-publications-future/.