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Publications and presentations by PRDL executive board members related to digital history:

I. Publications

Jordan J. Ballor, “The Dynamics of Primary Source and Electronic Resource: The Digital Renaissance and the Post-Reformation Digital Library,” Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 38, no. 4 (April/May 2012).

Albert Gootjes, “How Do I Get a Copy of the Work?” in Willem J. van Asselt et al., Introduction to Reformed Scholasticism, 213-17 (original adapted to North American situation and to digital research). Translated by Albert Gootjes. Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2011.

Jordan J. Ballor, “Editorial: Printed Source and Digital Resource in Economics and Theology,” Journal of Markets & Morality 13, no. 2 (Fall 2010): 253-55.

Jordan J. Ballor, “Scholarship at the Crossroads: The Journal of Markets & Morality Case Study,” Journal of Scholarly Publishing 36, no. 3 (April 2005): 145-65. Reprinted in Scholarly Journals, vol. 3, Essential JSP: Critical Insights into the World of Scholarly Publishing (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, forthcoming).

James E. Bradley and Richard A. Muller, Church History: An Introduction to Research, Reference Works, and Methods (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1995).

II. Presentations

“Roundtable: Trends and Challenges in Digital Research Methods: The Post-Reformation Digital Library (PRDL) and Beyond,” Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, Fort Worth, TX (October 30, 2011). Sponsor: H. Henry Meeter Center for Calvin Studies
Moderator: Karin Maag
Participants: Jordan J. Ballor (organizer); Amy Nelson Burnett; Todd M. Rester; David S. Sytsma

Jordan J. Ballor and Todd M. Rester, “Putting Rare Books Within Everyone’s Reach: Historical Theology and the Post-Reformation Digital Library,” Meeter Center Presentation, Grand Rapids, MI (February 17, 2011).

Jordan J. Ballor, “The Post-Reformation Digital Library: Source and Resource in Intellectual History and Historical Theology,” American Society of Church History, Boston, MA (January 9, 2011).

“New Technologies and Renaissance Studies VIII: The Post-Reformation Digital Library,” Renaissance Society of America, Venice, Italy (April 8, 2010). Sponsor: Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, University of Toronto
Jordan J. Ballor (chair and co-organizer), “Gatekeepers of the Digital Renaissance.”
David S. Sytsma, “An Introduction to the Post-Reformation Digital Library.”
Todd M. Rester, “A Digital Researcher’s Toolkit: Sive, Ad Fontes, Renatos ac Digitaler Acquisitos.”

Lugene Schemper, “Roundtable: Creative Use of Google Books for Religion & Theology,” Chicago Area Theological Library Association (CATLA) Fall Meeting, Chicago, IL (October 2, 2009).

Jordan J. Ballor, “The Digital Ad Fontes! Scholarly Research Trends in the Humanities,” Drexel University Libraries Scholarly Communication Symposium, Philadelphia, PA (April 28, 2006).

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