DHNow Guest Editor Nov. 14-20

1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 I honestly do not have much to add to everyone’s observations of guest editing, but I did enjoy the dedicated hour/day that I spent nominating content.  It gave me a week of daily-dedicated time to review news, projects, and other musings in the world of DH.

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 As previously noted, the time I was editing (Nov. 14-20) was heavily influenced by the consequences and dialog surrounding the presidential election (just logged in again and that still seems to be showing up regularly in the feed).  Nonetheless, there were sill several posts worth nominating that were not related to the election.  The nomination process was super easy and the instructions from DH Now were easy to follow (also previously noted).

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 There were several blogs and content that I was already familiar with, but I found it very helpful to be exposed to new content that I wouldn’t have otherwise known about.   I’ll definitely continue to monitor this and also schedule another week to volunteer next semester!

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