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Cascades, Islands, or Streams
Department of Information and Library Science
Cassidy R. Sugimoto, PI
Indiana University, Bloomington, NSF
Mike Thelwall, PI
University of Wolverhampton, JISC
Vincent Larivière, PI
Université de Montréal, SSHRC
Ying Ding, Co-PI
Indiana University, Bloomington, NSF
Staša Milojević, Co-PI
Indiana University, Bloomington, NSF

This project examines informal and formal communication channels used by members of the DH community to diffuse information and build communities. We analyze data from these communications to determine how these interactions connect DH community members at the individual, group, and institutional levels and across the DH landscape to help answer the question: How does the socio-technical ecology connect or partition the landscape of the DH community? This work will apply multi-dimensional network analysis to data from Twitter, LLC and DHQ journals, DH-related NEH grants awards, the TEI-L and Humanist listservs, DH syllabi, and other sources, to paint a wider view of the connections among people, teams, institutions, and communication channels that make up the DH landscape.