ePortfolios for Tenure and Promotion a Chapman University Project

Respect Medium Specificity When Reviewing Work

Since scholarly work is always designed for presentation in a specific medium, evaluative bodies should foreground medium specificity by reviewing faculty members’ work in the medium for which it was produced. For example, born-digital and Web-based projects are often spatial, interactive, iterative, and networked. If possible, they should be viewed in electronic form, not in print or as snapshots of dynamic behavior.

-MLA Guidelines for Evaluating Work in Digital Humanities and Digital Media


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