Browsing Articles by Author "Brown, Susan"

Browsing Articles by Author "Brown, Susan"

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  • Ruecker, Stan; Adelaar, Nadine; Brown, Susan; Dobson, Teresa; Knechtel, Ruth; Liepert, Susan; MacDonald, Andrew; Peña, Ernesto; Radzikowska, Milena; Roeder, Geoff G.; Sinclaire, Stefan; Windsor, Jennifer; the INKE Research Group (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2014-09-03)
    Academic prototyping, like ethnography or bench studies, is a way of producing new knowledge about an idea. It can result in a kind of evidence that can be used to strengthen or weaken an argument. A prototype is an artifact, ...
  • 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 ...
  • Nelson, Brent; Ruecker, Stan; Radzikowska, Milena; Sinclair, Stéfan; Brown, Susan; Bieber, Mark (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2013-08-28)
    This article presents a brief account of the form and function of the “table of contents” to establish a theoretical framework for understanding the form and function of this common element of book architecture with the ...
  • Brown, Susan; Ruecker, Stan; Radzikowska, Milena; Patey, Matt; Sinclair, Stéfan; Antoniuk, Jeffery; Farnel, Sharon; Grundy, Isobel (Journal of the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science, 2009)
    This paper explores ways of visually presenting large, complex sets of interlinkages discerned through the textbase markup of Orlando: Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present. Visual means ...

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