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  1. Communities of Practice, the Methodological Commons, and Digital Self-Determination in the Humanities

    30 Mar 2021 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Ray Siemens

    University of Victoria

    Digital Humanities

    https://hsscommons.ca/publications/118/?v=1

  2. Connecting the dots: Integrating modular networks and narrativity in digital scholarship

    27 May 2022 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Amy Robinson1, Jon Saklofske1, INKE Research Team2

    1. Acadia University 2. University of Victoria

    Digital humanities, Game studies

    https://hsscommons.ca/publications/201/?v=1

  3. Gaming the Edition: Modelling Scholarly Editions through Videogame Frameworks

    13 Jun 2022 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Jon Saklofske1, Nina Belojevic2, Alex Christie2, Sonja Sapach3, John Simpson4, INKE Research Team2

    1. Acadia University 2. University of Victoria 3. University of Alberta 4. Compute Canada

    Digital humanities, Game studies

    https://hsscommons.ca/publications/202/?v=1

  4. Implementing New Knowledge Environments: Laying Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age

    30 Mar 2021 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Ray Siemens1, Richard Cunningham2, Alan Galey3, Stan Ruecker4, Lynne Siemens1, Claire Warwick5, INKE Research Group1

    1. University of Victoria 2. Acadia University 3. University of Toronto 4. University of Alberta 5. University College London

    Digital Humanities

    https://hsscommons.ca/publications/144/?v=1

  5. The Janus-Face of Early Modern Literary Studies: Negotiating the Boundaries of Interactivity in an Electronic Journal for the Humanities

    30 Mar 2021 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Paul Dyck1, Ray Siemens2, Jennifer Lewin3, Joanne Woolway Grenfell4

    1. University of Alberta 2. University of Victoria 3. Yale University 4. Oriel College, Oxford

    Literary Studies

    https://hsscommons.ca/publications/136/?v=1

  6. ‘As strayght as ony pole’: Publius Cornelius, Edmund de la Pole, and Contemporary Court Satire in Henry Medwall’s Fulgens and Lucres

    30 Mar 2021 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Ray Siemens

    University of Victoria

    Literary Studies

    https://hsscommons.ca/publications/124/?v=1