Last Friday, ProfHacker ran a live TweetChat with Anvil Academic (@anvilacademic), a new press that aims to bring scholarly rigor to publishing digital projects. Anvil is led by the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE) and the Council of Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Read our former posts about Anvil here, here, and visit their spanking new website (now accepting submissions!) here. You can also find some great overviews of Anvil’s work in Jack Dougherty (@doughertyjack)’s and Lisa Spiro (@lisaspiro)’s blog posts.
Below is an edited Storify of the chat that showcases the major topics discussed on Friday with the core Anvil team on Twitter. If you are interested in the entire discussion, visit the unedited Storify here. Also, if you have a digital project that you’d like to discuss at any stage for consideration with Anvil, contact Fred Moody (@moodyfred), Anvil’s editor.