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Browsing Articles by Author "Arbuckle, Alyssa"

Browsing Articles by Author "Arbuckle, Alyssa"

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  • Crompton, Constance; Powell, Daniel; Arbuckle, Alyssa; Siemens, Ray; Shirley, Maggie; Devonshire Manuscript Editorial Group (Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme, 2014)
    This article describes the context and development of A Social Edition of the Devonshire Manuscript, a collaboratively created Wikibook edition of the sixteenth-century verse miscellany known as the Devonshire Manuscript ...
  • Crompton, Constance; Siemens, Raymond; Arbuckle, Alyssa; Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) (Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2015)
    A part of the special issue of DHQ on feminisms and digital humanities, this paper takes as its starting place Greg Crane’s exhortation that there is a "need to shift from lone editorials and monumental editions to editors ...
  • 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 ...
  • Belojevic, Nina; Arbuckle, Alyssa; Hiebert, Matthew; Siemens, Ray; Wong, Shaun; Christie, Alex; Saklofske, Jon; Sayers, Jentery; Siemens, Derek; ETCL Research Group; INKE Research Group (Mémoires du livre/Studies in Book Culture, 2014)
  • Arbuckle, Alyssa; Belojevic, Nina; Hiebert, Matthew; Siemens, Ray; Wong, Shaun; Siemens, Derek; Christie, Alex; Saklofske, Jon; Sayers, Jentery; The INKE and ETCL Research Groups (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2014-04-17)
    In 2012-2013 a team led by Ray Siemens at the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab (ETCL), University of Victoria, in collaboration with Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE), developed three annotated bibliographies ...
  • Crompton, Constance; Arbuckle, Alyssa; Siemens, Raymond (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2013-09-03)
    This article reports on the ongoing social edition building process. Using the social edition of the Devonshire Manuscript as a case study, the authors assess the scholarly potential of the process of editing in public, ...

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