Editors-at-Large (EALs) are the backbone to the dh+lib Review experiment! We rely on you to find, share, and nominate content that is important to highlight, specifically at the intersections of digital humanities (DH) and libraries. Library professionals, archivists, and other DH-curious people, including students, are encouraged to volunteer.
Shifts last two weeks and begin on Thursdays. EALs can expect to spend 20-minutes per day, or no more than 3-hours total, during the two-week shift, with work concluding by noon Pacific Time on the second Wednesday of the shift. Read more details on our EAL Instructions page.
Here’s the line-up of EAL shifts for the Fall 2022 semester:
- Thursday, September 1 – Wednesday, September 14
- Thursday, September 15 – Wednesday, September 28
- Thursday, September 29 – Wednesday, October 12
- Thursday, October 13 – Wednesday, October 26
- Thursday, October 27 – Wednesday, November 9
- Thursday, November 10 – Wednesday, November 30 (split shift, offline Nov. 19-27)
- Thursday, December 1 – Wednesday, December 14
Benefits to volunteering include: keeping abreast of current conversations about and around digital humanities librarianship and support, gaining exposure to our form of scholarly publishing and communication, and, with a dedicated Slack you can network and connect with fellow editors and DH library professionals.
New this Fall: we’re experimenting with new tools and workflows. EAL work will take place in our dh+lib Slack channel (no more waiting for PressForward to load in WordPress!). Once signed up, you’ll be invited to join the Slack channel, where further instructions will be provided.
Sign up to volunteer. Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to collaborating with you,
The dh+lib Review Editors
Caitlin Christian-Lamb, Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara, Linsey Ford, Pamella Lach, Hillary Richardson, and Rachel Starry