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Digital Projects Toolkit

A guide for planning, implementing, and preserving digital scholarship projects.

A. Finalize Project Documentation

A. Sample Forms, Checklists, and Guidance

When you are nearing the end of your digital project, review the documentation you have collected about your project and centralize the materials in one accessible space. Below you will find examples of such forms and checklists.  This documentation will contextualize your work for future audiences.

B. Digital Projects Domain 

If your project meets the criteria in this section, it is eligible for display on the Digital Projects website. When submitting your project for approval, consider the required documentation listed, below.

  • Inclusion on the Digital Projects site is determined if the project:
    • Originated on an individual student or faculty domain,
    • Has a collective or public audience,
    • Has a utility longer than one semester or year.
  • Digital Project Permission Form
    • Provide course name and number, if applicable.
    • Provide instructor and student name(s), if applicable.
    • Provide a brief project description.
    • Provide a project title.
    • Provide an email address for a project point person.
    • Provide any accumulated documentation necessary for understanding and contextualizing the project.

B. Evaluation & Recommendations

A. Evaluating the Project

B. Academic Peer Review

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