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  1. Oct 2016
    1. metrics on annotations/comments

      Nice example of the various #altmetrics that one could pull out of Hypothes.is

    2. Although hypothes.is is primarily used for post-publication review and annotation with Michigan Publishing’s journals and monographs

      I did not know this! Relevant as an example of adoption re: #humetrics

    1. To some extent, this has meant that it has lost touch with the ‘value’ dimension of evaluation, with values being primarily understood in relation to rigour: the scientific generation of facts or truths which are assumed to be self-evident and universally valid.

      Change in evaluation practices have lost touch with values

    1. ValuesIn striving to achieve our mission, we place high value on:Providing client-oriented services characterized by personal, professional, and organizational integrity. Producing quality work products anchored in science.Creating a nurturing environment responsive to individual needs for growth and professional development.Maintaining a spirit of openness, constructive communication, collegiality, and teamwork in all our work.Striking an appropriate balance between the demands of work and the private lives of our staff.Diversity of ideas, opinions, backgrounds, life styles, and experiences of our staff.Individual initiative and entrepreneurship on the part of our staff.Making a better world while enjoying work.

      Example of values articulated by the American Institutes for Research

    1. In general, humanities scholars have neglected editorial work because the reward structures in the academy have not favored editing but instead literary and cultural theory. Many academics fail to recognize the theoretical sophistication, historical knowledge, and analytical strengths necessary to produce a sound text or texts and the appropriate scholarly apparatus for a first-rate edition.

      Reasons why scholarly editions aren't valued in the academy (c 2008)