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  1. Using the Commons: Training Workshop and Guided Exploration

    Using the Commons: Training Workshop and Guided Exploration

    2022-07-07 23:32:04 | Course material or learning objects | Contributor(s): Graham Jensen | https://doi.org/10.25547/6YXQ-SZ82

    digital research commons, digital scholarship, digital humanities, open social scholarship

  2. Open Social Scholarship in Action

    Open Social Scholarship in Action

    2022-06-13 21:48:47 | Article | Contributor(s): Randa El Khatib, Alyssa Arbuckle, Caroline Winter, Ray Siemens, ETCL Research Group | https://doi.org/10.25547/M1T4-JC65

    Digital Humanities

  3. Chi erano gli Achei (ed altri)

    Chi erano gli Achei (ed altri)

    2022-06-13 19:39:07 | Article | Contributor(s): Paolo Bertini | https://doi.org/10.25547/NRX9-Z222

    Languages, Literature

  4. Digital Knowledge Commons: A Brief Introduction

    Digital Knowledge Commons: A Brief Introduction

    2022-06-13 19:58:33 | Video essay | Contributor(s): Graham Jensen | https://doi.org/10.25547/AVHX-DJ22

    digital knowledge commons, digital research commons, commons, critical infrastructure studies, critical data studies, open scholarship, digital humanities, digital scholarship

  5. Introduction: Engaging Open Scholarship

    Introduction: Engaging Open Scholarship

    2022-06-13 18:51:33 | Article | Contributor(s): Alyssa Arbuckle, Graham Jensen, Ray Siemens, Tully Barnett | https://doi.org/10.25547/6MJC-2W78

    Open Scholarship

  6. Towards Open Annotation: Examples and Experiments

    Towards Open Annotation: Examples and Experiments

    2022-06-13 19:30:00 | Article | Contributor(s): Lindsey Seatter | https://doi.org/10.25547/S9WW-E665

    Digital Humanities

  7. Toward modeling the social edition: An approach to understanding the electronic scholarly edition in the context of new and emerging social media*

    Toward modeling the social edition: An approach to understanding the electronic scholarly edition in the context of new and emerging social media*

    2022-06-13 19:36:20 | Article | Contributor(s): Ray Siemens, Megan Timney, Cara Leitch, Corina Koolen, Alex Garnett | https://doi.org/10.25547/54P6-Z885

    This article explores building blocks in extant and emerging social media toward the possibilities they offer to the scholarly edition in electronic form, positing that we are witnessing the nascent stages of a new ‘social’ edition existing at the intersection of social media and...

  8. The Initial Impact of the Open Scholarship Policy Observatory

    The Initial Impact of the Open Scholarship Policy Observatory

    2022-06-23 19:04:19 | Report | Contributor(s): Sarah Milligan, Kimberly Silk, Alyssa Arbuckle, Ray Siemens | https://doi.org/10.25547/SJYP-PM76

    Digital Humanities

  9. Review of Netlytic

    Review of Netlytic

    2022-06-13 21:20:52 | Review | Contributor(s): Luis Meneses | https://doi.org/10.25547/T8DQ-K791

    Digital Media, Digital Humanities

  10. Open Scholarship in Australia: A Review of Needs, Barriers, and Opportunities

    Open Scholarship in Australia: A Review of Needs, Barriers, and Opportunities

    2021-03-30 18:33:11 | Article | Contributor(s): Paul Arthur, Lydia Hearn, Lucy Montgomery, Hugh Craig, Alyssa Arbuckle, Ray Siemens | https://doi.org/10.80230/HSS-86K9-H108

    Open Scholarship

  11. Introduction: Open Scholarship in the 21st Century

    Introduction: Open Scholarship in the 21st Century

    2022-06-23 19:27:31 | Article | Contributor(s): Alyssa Arbuckle, Rachel Hendery, Luis Menses, Ray Siemens | https://doi.org/10.25547/TNJ2-2E96

    Open Scholarship

  12. Introduction, Beyond Open: Implementing Social Scholarship

    Introduction, Beyond Open: Implementing Social Scholarship

    2022-06-23 20:37:48 | Article | Contributor(s): Alyssa Arbuckle, Luis Meneses, Ray Siemens | https://doi.org/10.25547/Y4HJ-8C23

    Digital Humanities

  13. Foundations for the Canadian Humanities and Social Sciences Commons: Exploring the Possibilities of Digital Research Communities

    Foundations for the Canadian Humanities and Social Sciences Commons: Exploring the Possibilities of Digital Research Communities

    2022-06-23 20:51:34 | Article | Contributor(s): Caroline Winter, Tyler Fontenot, Luis Meneses, Alyssa Arbuckle, Ray Siemens, ETCL Research Group, INKE Research Group | https://doi.org/10.25547/ZDMD-AG53

    Digital Humanities

  14. Building and Supporting Humanities-Based University–industry Partnerships: View from the Academics

    Building and Supporting Humanities-Based University–industry Partnerships: View from the Academics

    2022-06-13 19:43:29 | Article | Contributor(s): Lynne Siemens, INKE Research Group | https://doi.org/10.25547/BVPY-R492

    Digital Humanities

  15. An “Open Lab?” The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab in the Evolving Digital Humanities Landscape

    An “Open Lab?” The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab in the Evolving Digital Humanities Landscape

    2022-06-23 21:58:06 | Article | Contributor(s): Randa El Khatib, Alyssa Arbuckle, Lynne Siemens, Ray Siemens, Caroline Winter, ETCL Research Group | https://doi.org/10.25547/67XV-4G66

    Digital Humanities

  16. Aligning Social Media Indicators with the Documents in an Open Access Repository

    Aligning Social Media Indicators with the Documents in an Open Access Repository

    2022-06-13 19:49:05 | Article | Contributor(s): Luis Meneses, Alyssa Arbuckle, Hector Lopez, Belaid Moa, Richard Furuta, Ray Siemens | https://doi.org/10.25547/D1X7-DZ25

    Digital Humanities

  17. It’s Not Personal: Modernist Remediations of William James’s “Personal Religion”

    It’s Not Personal: Modernist Remediations of William James’s “Personal Religion”

    2022-06-13 18:49:47 | Article | Contributor(s): Graham Jensen | https://doi.org/10.25547/1FQ5-CV03

    literary modernism, literature and religion, Canadian literature, Canadian modernism, William James, E.J. Pratt, personal religion, spiritualism, syncretism

  18. Introduction: From Technical Standards to Research Communities – Implementing New Knowledge Environments Gatherings, Sydney 2014 and Whistler 2015

    Introduction: From Technical Standards to Research Communities – Implementing New Knowledge Environments Gatherings, Sydney 2014 and Whistler 2015

    2022-06-13 18:50:43 | Abstract | Contributor(s): Alyssa Arbuckle, Lynne Siemens, Aaron Mauro | https://doi.org/10.25547/M5YR-QJ60

    scholarly communication, digital humanities, digital publishing

  19. Introduction: Building Partnerships to Transform Scholarly Publishing

    Introduction: Building Partnerships to Transform Scholarly Publishing

    2022-06-13 18:52:27 | Abstract | Contributor(s): Alyssa Arbuckle, Constance Crompton, Aaron Mauro | https://doi.org/10.25547/50SG-5Q83

    scholarly publishing, digital publishing, social knowledge creation

  20. Considering The Waste Land for iPad and Weird Fiction as models for the public digital edition

    Considering The Waste Land for iPad and Weird Fiction as models for the public digital edition

    2022-06-13 19:30:44 | Article | Contributor(s): Alyssa Arbuckle | https://doi.org/10.25547/HQ61-3921

    digital edition, public edition, Eliot, Lovecraft, digital humanities, social editing