"More minds are brought to bear on a problem": Methods of Interaction and Collaboration within Digital Humanities research

By Lynne Siemens1, Richard Cunningham2, Wendy Duff3, Claire Warwick4

1. University of Victoria 2. Acadia University 3. University of Toronto 4. University College London

Digital project teams are by definition comprised of people with various skills, disciplines, and content knowledge. Collaboration within these teams is undertaken by librarians, academics, undergraduate and graduate students, research...

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