Lynne Siemens
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‘It's a team if you use “reply all”’: An exploration of research teams in digital humanities environments
L Siemens
Literary and linguistic computing 24 (2), 225-233, 2009
Challenges, responses and available resources: Success in rural small businesses
L Siemens
Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship 23 (1), 65-80, 2010
A tale of two cities: Implications of the similarities and differences in collaborative approaches within the digital libraries and digital humanities communities
L Siemens, R Cunningham, W Duff, C Warwick
Literary and linguistic computing 26 (3), 335-348, 2011
Challenges faced by rural/remote tourism businesses on Vancouver Island: an exploratory study
L Siemens
Journal of Enterprising Communities: people and places in the global economy …, 2007
“We moved here for the lifestyle”: A picture of entrepreneurship in rural British Columbia
L Siemens
Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship 27 (2), 121-142, 2014
The balance between on-line and in-person interactions: Methods for the development of digital humanities collaboration
L Siemens
Digital Studies/Le champ numérique 2 (1), 2011
Mapping Disciplinary Differences and Equity of Academic Control to Create a Space for Collaboration.
L Siemens, Y Liu, J Smith
Canadian Journal of Higher Education 44 (2), 49-67, 2014
Motivation in a global economy: Lessons from Herzberg
L Siemens
Canadian Public Administration 48 (3), 413-419, 2005
Time, place and cyberspace: Foundations for successful e-research collaboration
L Siemens
E-research collaboration: Theory, techniques and challenges, 35-48, 2010
Embedding small business and entrepreneurship training within the rural context
L Siemens
The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation 13 (3), 165-178, 2012
Project management and the digital humanist
L Siemens
Doing Digital Humanities, 379-393, 2016
A trip around the world: Accommodating geographical, linguistic and cultural diversity in academic research teams
L Siemens, E Burr
Literary and linguistic computing 28 (2), 331-343, 2012
From writing the grant to working the grant: An exploration of processes and procedures in transition
L Siemens
Scholarly and Research Communication 3 (1), 2012
“More Minds are Brought to Bear on a Problem”: Methods of interaction and collaboration within digital humanities research teams
L Siemens, R Cunningham, W Duff, C Warwick
Digital Studies/Le champ numérique 2 (2), 2010
The credibility of electronic publishing: A report to the Humanities and Social Sciences Federation of Canada
R Siemens, M Best, E Grove-White, A Burk, J Kerr, A Pope, JC Guédon, ...
Text Technology 11 (1), 1-128, 2002
Strengthening and sustaining a community through reciprocal support between local businesses and the community
L Siemens
Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy …, 2019
Human–Computer Interface/Interaction and the Book: A Consultation-derived Perspective on Foundational E-Book Research 1
R Siemens, T Dobson, S Ruecker, R Cunningham, A Galey, C Warwick, ...
Collaborative research in the digital humanities, 163-189, 2016
The Potential of Grant Applications as Team Building Exercises: A Case Study.
L Siemens
Journal of Research Administration 41 (1), 75-91, 2010
Understanding long-term collaboration: Reflections on year 1 and before
L Siemens
Scholarly and Research Communication 3 (1), 2012
Firing on all cylinders: Progress and transition in INKE’s year 2
L Siemens
Scholarly and Research Communication 3 (4), 2012
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