Humanities Scholars Discuss Their 'Shared Mental Map' for a New Age of Digital Communication

The biggest challenge for humanities scholars in the digital age isn't how to rework traditional forms of scholarship. It's how to get their work recognized in a publishing-and-reward system not fully equipped to handle it, and how to change that system as digital scholarship becomes more mainstream. A select group of scholars, publishers, librarians, funders, and representatives of scholarly societies gathered here last week to talk about what the organizers called "new-model scholarly