Beyond Browsing and Reading: The Open Work of Digital Scholarly Editions

By Jon Saklofske1, Jake Bruce1, INKE Research Team2

1. Acadia University 2. University of Victoria

INKE’s Modelling and Prototyping Team is currently motivated by the following research questions: How do we model and enable context within the electronic scholarly edition? And how do we engage knowledge-building communities and capture...

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INKE’s Modelling and Prototyping Team is currently motivated by the following research questions: How do we model and enable context within the electronic scholarly edition? And how do we engage knowledge-building communities and capture process, dialogue, and connections in and around the electronic scholarly edition? NewRadial is a prototype scholarly edition environment developed to address such queries. It argues for the unification of primary texts, secondary scholarship, and related knowledge communities, and re-presents the digital scholarly edition as a social edition — an open work and shared space where users collaboratively explore, sort, group, annotate, and contribute to secondary scholarship creation.

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Original publication: Saklofske, Jon, & Bruce, Jake. (2013). Beyond Browsing and Reading: The Open Work of Digital Scholarly Editions. Scholarly and Research Communication, 4(3): 0301119, 13 pp. http://hdl.handle.net/1828/8260.