Understanding Long-Term Collaboration: Reflections on Year 1 and Before

By Lynne Siemens

University of Victoria

This article considers the results of an ongoing study of research collaboration within a cross-country research team in the digital humanities. The INKE group (or, Implementing New Knowledge Environments) is in its first year of funding for...

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This article considers the results of an ongoing study of research collaboration within a cross-country research team in the digital humanities. The INKE group (or, Implementing New Knowledge Environments) is in its first year of funding for projects in the areas of Interface Design, Textual Studies, User Experience and Information Management. The author presents initial findings on the challenges and advantages to collaborative work on such a large-scale project.

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Original publication: Siemens, Lynne. (2012). Understanding Long-Term Collaboration: Reflections on Year 1 and Before. Scholarly and Research Communication, 3(1): 010111, 4 pp. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22230/src.2012v3n1a48