Re: from EduPage...

Steve Krause (skrause@BGNET.BGSU.EDU)
Thu, 27 Jun 1996 11:24:34 -0400

On Thu, 27 Jun 1996, Beth W. Baldwin, PhD wrote:

> I think that if we want our work in electronic publication to be taken
> seriously by search committees and in tenure decisions, the most
> significant contribution we can make lies in the simple act of including
> electronic publications in the list of publications you include on your
> vita. Don't have a category for "traditional publications" and one for
> "electronic publications," and don't chicken out altogether and leave off
> the electronic publications.
I certainly agree with this, Beth (and everything else you said). I
include my electronic publications on my CV with other things simply
under the heading "publications," and no one in the interviews I had last
year said anything negative about it. I suppose an interview isn't the
place to say "yeah, but do these electronic publications really count?",
but in my opinion, listing these publications on a CV just like other
publications helped me get a job.

Steve Krause * Department of English * Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH * 43403 * (419) 372-8934 *
*Soon to be at Southern Oregon State College in Ashland, OR*