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The Academic Distribution Problem

A lack of widespread recognition does not indicate low-quality work, or a lack of expertise or qualifications. If you are excelling in your field, it is because you have the passion, knowledge, and skills to do so.¬†You have something of value to contribute. The unique…
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August 12, 2021
BlogDistribution Problem

The New Gutenberg Press

Print media has been the primary distribution channel for scholarly work since print's pivotal role in spreading the ideas that sparked the Protestant Reformation. However, it has been more than 500 years since the Gutenberg press was first used, and new distribution channels are available…
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August 5, 2021
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Luther, Huss, and Public Scholarship

What can 21st-century academics learn from Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation? Our answer: learn to harness technology to solve your distribution problem, and you can start a movement that impacts people far beyond your academic or ecclesiastical circles. Martin Luther and John Huss When…
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August 3, 2021