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Initial Reflection on Social Edition

As I was reading the Siemens et. al. article “Toward Modeling the Social Edition…” I was initially struck by how much I take the internet and all of the information that it holds for granted. I’ve known for quite a … Continue reading

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Initial Responses to the Social Edition

It seems to me that the project we are about to undertake occupies a contentious space in academia: we will soon be navigating an intellectual space (the realm of the digital humanities), which seeks to democratize knowledge (broaden access) and … Continue reading

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On The Social Edition and The Devonshire Manuscript: Margaret

  In Pertinent Discussions Toward Modeling the Social Edition: Annotated Bibliographies Ray Siemens says that “the next steps in the scholarly edition’s development in its incorporation of social media functionality reflect the importance of traditional humanistic activities and workflows, and include collaboration, … Continue reading

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Julie’s Response to “Toward Modeling the Social Edition: An Approach to Understanding the Electronic Scholarly Edition in the Context of New and Emerging Social Media”

In the above article Ray Siemens explores the tensions between the traditional scholarly edition and the social edition, particularly highlighting changes in the role of the editor, and the expansive nature of the social edition. In terms of engaging with … Continue reading

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The Social Annotated Edition

Being evaluated on a collective project, the Social Annotated Edition, is frightening, but it’s also a liberating prospect as well, in that we can reach out to one another for questions and help. But here is where the fear comes … Continue reading

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