What kind of reading experiences do you look for? What kind of content do you read and where do you find it? Which (digital) tools, formats and forms of reading interest you? Insight in your preferences will help cultural publishers to keep their publishing urgent and experimental. Please help the Making Public-consortium by anonymously filling out the Urgent Publishing Survey (5 minutes): https://nl.surveymonkey.com/r/265FCWT.
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New Formats for Online and Hybrid Quality Content: Best Practices /end
The last in our series reviewing best practices for publishing research information for a broad audience focuses on formats. Which experimental formats pushing quality are noteworthy? Of course, this is an open question which demands more consideration than just a short blogpost, so please consider the post as a collection of some general notes and [...]
Chants from the Urgent Publishing Survey
Where do we read? On the phone! What do we read? Specific recommendations! How much do we read? An hour per day! How do we read? Together <3 On the occasion of the conference Urgent Publishing: New Strategies in Post-Truth Times, the Institute for Network Cultures set up the Urgent Publishing Survey. In this report, [...]
More Best Practices: Strategies for Positioning your Publication
In Making Public we investigate how the publishing process can be enhanced using digital tools and methods, with a focus on speed, positioning, and quality. After presenting some best practices that deal primarily with the question of speed, and the comparative tools analysis part 1 and part 2, here I will look into examples that [...]