Digital Initiatives & Scholarly Communication

The Digital Initiatives & Scholarly Communication team supports faculty endeavors in scholarship and instruction from inception to implementation. Have an idea but don’t know where to start? Ask us!

  • Carrie Johnston

    Carrie Johnston

    Digital Humanities Research Designer Carrie Johnston is available to consult on digitally-inflected scholarship and pedagogy.

    johnstc@wfu.edu | 336-758-5134

  • Molly Keener

    Molly Keener

    Director of Digital Initiatives & Scholarly Communication Molly Keener is available to consult on copyright, scholarly publishing, open access, and new modes of scholarly communication.

    keenerm@wfu.edu | 336-758-5829

Evolutions in Scholarship

  • Innovations in Scholarly CommunicationTuesday, Aug 30, 2016 8:36 am — In 2015-2016, WFU participated in the Innovations in Scholarly Communication survey developed at Utrecht University. This instrument assessed tool usage across 17 research activities in the scholarly communication cycle. The local and international results are now available for analysis. Over nine months, the survey collected 20,663 responses. Responses came from 151 different countries, and the […]

  • Ways Wake Forest Promotes Open AccessFriday, Oct 23, 2015 2:02 pm — To bookend Open Access Week with my previous post about the Google Books win, I wanted to quickly highlight ways Wake Forest promotes open access. Open Access Fund – we support faculty seeking to publish in OA venues that charge article processing fees by covering the publication costs; if you are interested and your venue […]

  • Google Books Wins AgainMonday, Oct 19, 2015 3:49 pm — Happy Open Access Week! Each October, institutions around the globe celebrate and advocate for open access to knowledge, be it articles or books or data or learning materials. To celebrate OA this week, I will be blogging about OA and OA-related news. So, to kick things off, I’m going to start by pointing you to […]

› For more news & ideas, see our blog, Evolutions in Scholarship.


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