Urban History Multimedia – a new website and blog supporting scholars interested in digital multimedia work
Born-digital multimedia publishing can offer amazing opportunities, it can however also seem a little daunting.The recently launched Urban History Multimedia website and blog aims to address this.
The Editors of Urban History are pleased to announced the launch of Urban History Multimedia, a website and blog to support scholars interested in publishing born-digital multimedia and interactive scholarship, using maps, graphics, video and other media.
Please visit: http://urbanhistorymultimedia.usc.edu to access:
- Recent multimedia publications
- ‘How-to’ guidelines
- Information about free online publishing platforms such as HyperCities – a digital research and educational platform for exploring, learning about, and interacting with the layered histories of city and global spaces
Philip J. Ethington
Professor of History and Political Science
University of Southern California
Multimedia Editor, Urban History (Cambridge Univ. Press)
Board of Editors, American Historical Review
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