This Resource is the product of a collaboration between members of the HuMetricsHSS Initiative and the Publishing and the Publicly Engaged Humanities working group.
Without the support, guidance and creativity of many others who have offered their time and energy to the project, and multiple conversations across multiple years, projects and initiatives, the compilation of this resource would not have been possible. Our sincere gratitude to all who have catalysed those conversations including:
Teresa Mangum, Anne Valk, Jennifer Brier, Matt Wizinsky, Michelle May Curry, the HuMetricsHSS team (Nicky Agate, Rebecca Kennison, Christopher Long, Jason Rhody, Bonnie Russell, Simone Sacchi, Bonnie Thornton Dill, and Penny Weber), and all the members of the Publicly Engaged Humanities working group (Darcy Cullen, Friederike Sundaram, Janneken Smucker, Rebecca Wingo, Barry M. Goldenberg, Dave Tell, Anne Valk, and our thoughtful leaders, Kath Burton and Daniel Fisher-Livne).
And for support, guidance and reassurance as we built this resource, our thanks to the Scholarly Communication Notebook team, notably Josh Bolick, Maria Bonn and Will Cross.