Immersive Scholar : A Landscape Analysis of Scholarly Forms, Impacts, and Collaborations

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Title
Immersive Scholar: A Landscape Analysis of Scholarly Forms, Impacts, and Collaborations
Authors and Corporations
Lynnee Argabright
Year of Publication
2020
Type of Resource
Preprint
Source
LISSA
sid-179-col-lissa
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Summary
Immersive Scholar, a genre of digital scholarship that produces large scale visualizations, has emphasized physically immersive user experience. Examples of these projects can be found at https://osf.io/ygcn2/. This report strives to meet a need that will expand its scope and impact, and identify the realms in which Immersive Scholar belong that will allow it to bring immersive and scholarly depth. It is thus intended to provide awareness about challenges and opportunities to stakeholders interested in progressing new forms of digital scholarship (in particular, Immersive Scholar). North Carolina State University Libraries engaged Lynnee Argabright over summer 2020 to conduct a landscape analysis to help foresee industry collaboration prospects for Immersive Scholar. This report will also review the current landscape of similar presentations of immersive digital scholarship as well as explore quality evaluation for tenure and review to help define assessment expectations for Immersive Scholar projects.
Language
English
DOI
10.31229/OSF.IO/7FU9S