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  • Galey, Alan; Bath, Jon; Niles, Rebecca; Cunningham, Richard; INKE Team (Textual Cultures, 2012)
    Why should designers of digital reading environments study the history of the book? What can the continuities and discontinuities — the successes and failures — of new developments in the book's long history teach us about ...
  • Hiebert, Matthew; Siemens, Raymond; Bowen, William R. (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2015-10-23)
    “Social knowledge creation,” an emergent area of research interest for digital humanists, promotes experimental critical interventions into more traditional knowledge production processes. The Electronic Textual Cultures ...
  • Siemens, Ray; Siemens, Lynne; Cunningham, Richard; Galey, Alan; Ruecker, Stan; Warwick, Claire (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2012-03-26)
    In this 2009 article, we present details of the first year work of the INKE (Implementing New Knowledge Environments) research group, a large international, interdisciplinary research team studying reading and texts, ...
  • Simpson, John Edward (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2014-12-17)
    The Semantic Web promises that the pools of semantic data it interweaves together will enable people to find information that they could not otherwise find by revealing knowledge not explicitly visible in the distributed ...
  • Sondheim, Daniel; Rockwell, Geoffrey; Ilovan, Mihaela; Radzikowska, Milena; Ruecker, Stan (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2012-03-26)
    The digital age has led to the advent of electronic collections with millions or even billions of items. This paper examines the types of interfaces that are emerging for large-scale collections, specifically addressing ...
  • Arbuckle, Alyssa; Crompton, Constance; Mauro, Aaron (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2014-12-15)
    On February 5th-6th 2014 researchers, students, and other participants gathered together in Whistler, BC, Canada to discuss issues relating to scholarly publishing in Canada. The day and a half long meeting, “Building ...
  • Siemens, Ray; Leitch, Cara; Blake, Analisa; Armstrong, Karin; Willinsky, John (Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2009)
    As the amount of scholarly material published in digital form increases, there is growing pressure on content producers to identify the needs of expert readers and to create online tools that satisfy their requirements. ...
  • Bowen, William R.; Crompton, Constance; Hiebert, Matthew (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2014-12-16)
    This article focuses on the features and challenges of Iter Community (IC), a new collaborative research environment which aims to aid social knowledge creation for the communities that have formed around Iter’s discovery ...
  • Rockwell, Geoffrey; Kee, Kevin (Game Studies, 2011)
    This dialogue was performed by Dr. Geoffrey Rockwell and Dr. Kevin Kee as a plenary presentation to the 2009 Interacting with Immersive Worlds Conference at Brock University in St. Catharines, Canada. Kevin introduced ...
  • Gainor, Rhiannon; Sinclair, Stéfan; Ruecker, Stan; Patey, Matt; Gabriele, Sandra (Visible Language, 2009)
    We report he results of a small user study of a visual XML browsing prototype, called the Mandala browser, where dots representing entire documents or portions of documents are plotted around the periphery of a circle and ...
  • Sinclair, Stéfan; Ruecker, Stan; Gabriele, Sandra; Patey, Matt; Gooding, Matt; Vitas, Chris; Bajer, Bartosz (Media : Culture : Pedagogy, 2011)
    In this paper we describe the Mandala Browser (mandala.humviz.org) as a born-digital resource for use in the classroom. We provide example classroom exercises for studying the plays of Shakespeare, which provide on the one ...
  • Nelson, Brent; Bath, Jon (Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2012)
    This paper will briefly survey the historical development of linking systems in the Christian Bible, from their theological foundations to their formation in the architecture of the printed book. It will then examine the ...
  • MacPherson, Ian (British Columbia Institute for Co-operative Studies, 2007)
    One can approach the study of co-operatives and the co-operative movement from many disciplinary and experiential directions. The essays in this book reflect the journey of one Canadian activist and researcher. It includes ...
  • Siemens, Ray; Timney, Meagan; Leitch, Cara; Koolen, Corina; Garnett, Alex (Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2012)
    The two annotated bibliographies present in this publication document and feature pertinent discussions toward the activity of modeling the social edition, first exploring reading devices, tools and social media issues ...
  • Siemens, Lynne (Journal of Research Administration, 2010)
    Faced with increasingly complex and technologically sophisticated research questions, academics are working with others through collaboration and research teams. To be effective, these research teams need to maximize the ...
  • Siemens, Ray; Elkink, Mike; McColl, Alastair; Armstrong, Karin; Dixon, James; Saby, Angelsea; Hirsch, Brett D.; Leitch, Cara; Holmes, Martin; Haswell, Eric; Gaudet, Chris; Girn, Paul; Joyce, Michael; Gold, Rachel; Watson, Gerry; PKP; Iter; TAPoR; INKE (Digital Studies/Le champ numérique, 2011)
    The Renaissance English Knowledgebase (REKn) is an electronic knowledgebase consisting of primary and secondary materials (text, image, and audio) related to the Renaissance period. The limitations of existing tools to ...
  • Ruecker, Stan; Sinclair, Stéfan; Dobson, Teresa; Rockwell, Geoffrey; Radzikowska, Milena; INKE Research Group (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2014-12-17)
    In this article, we discuss the various ways in which the experiments we have been doing within the INKE Interface Design team and elsewhere are predicated on the availability of “digital apparatus” – various forms of ...
  • Brown, Susan; Clements, Patricia; Grundy, Isobel; Ruecker, Stan; Antoniuk, Jeffery; Balazs, Sharon (Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2009)
    The case of the Orlando Project offers a useful interrogation of concepts like completion and finality, as they emerge in the arena of electronic publication. The idea of "doneness" circulates discursively within a complex ...
  • Brown, Susan; Ruecker, Stan; Antoniuk, Jeffery; Farnel, Sharon; Gooding, Matt; Sinclair, Stéfan; Patey, Matt; Gabriele, Sandra (Digital Studies/Le champ numérique, 2010)
    This paper describes the preliminary results of combining two complementary technologies: Orlando, a semantically-tagged XML collection of born-digital scholarly resources, and the Mandala Browser, an XML visualization ...
  • Siemens, Lynne; INKE Research Group (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2014-12-18)
    Many academic teams and granting agencies undergo a process of reflection at a project’s completion to understand lessons learned and develop best practice guidelines. These reviews focus on the actual research work ...

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