The migration of academic scholarship to digital platforms over the past two decades has seen its share of ups and downs. Advocates of digitization and online publication have pointed out the lower costs of publishing, the democratizing potential of the Internet, and the increased opportunities for collaboration and iterative work afforded by digital and online tools. At the same time, critics of online publication have pointed to questions of rigor and peer review, along with dilemmas such as how to preserve and cite works that are inherently unstable, how to credit individuals involved in collaborative efforts, and how to assess work that by its nature involves ongoing change...

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