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A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities (Day of DH) is a community documentation project that brings together digital humanists from around the world to document what they do on one day, typically March 18. The goal of the project, which has been run three times since 2009, is to bring...
How can we study the interface of scholarly knowledge across print and digital epochs? To ask about interface across epochs is to take a concept that makes sense in the digital world and anachronistically bring it to bear on print in a way that could confuse both. Nonetheless we need to develop...
This article addresses the design of a dynamic repository interface to support numerous scholarly activities. Starting with the four fundamental functions associated with persistent storage — create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) — we tested, as an organizing rubric for the interface, the...
Bieber, Mark, Dobson, Teresa, Brown, Susan, Blandford, Ann, Rodriguez, Omar, Giacometti, Alejandro, Sondheim, Daniel, Ranaweera, Kamal, Fiorentino, Carlos, Rockwell, Geoffrey, Ilovan, Mihaela, Ruecker, Stan, Nelson, Brent, Sinclair, Stéfan, Windsor, Jennifer, Radzikowska, Milena, Faisal, Sarah, Frizzera, Luciano, Michura, Piotr
This article discusses a set of prototypes currently being designed and created by the Interface Design team of the Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) project. These prototypes attempt to supplement the user experience in reading digital scholarly editions, by supporting a set of...
How can digital content be connected to text analysis tools? The TAPoR (Text Analysis Portal for Research) provided a workbench model, but usability studies suggest that a workbench was not how humanists thought of doing their research - humanists start with the text and apply tools as lenses for...
Since the advent of digital scholarly editions, there have been many arguments to the effect that digital versions are able to offer more to humanities scholars than printed ones. Though this opinion is shared by most scholars producing digital editions, a number have also published printed...