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A companion to digital humanities
S Schreibman, R Siemens, J Unsworth
John Wiley & Sons, 2008
9072008
A new companion to digital humanities
S Schreibman, R Siemens, J Unsworth
John Wiley & Sons, 2015
3102015
A companion to digital literary studies
R Siemens, S Schreibman
John Wiley & Sons, 2013
2252013
Toward modeling the social edition: An approach to understanding the electronic scholarly edition in the context of new and emerging social media
R Siemens, M Timney, C Leitch, C Koolen, A Garnett, ...
Literary and Linguistic Computing 27 (4), 445-461, 2012
992012
The digital humanities and humanities computing: An introduction
S Schreibman, R Siemens, J Unsworth
A companion to digital humanities, xxiii-xxvii, 2004
892004
Doing Digital Humanities
C Crompton, RJ Lane, R Siemens
Practice, Training, Research. London: Routledge, 2016
522016
with the ETCL, INKE, & PKP Research Groups.(2012). Toward modeling the social edition: An approach to understanding the electronic scholarly edition in the context of new and …
R Siemens, M Timney, C Leitch, C Koolen, A Garnett
Literary and Linguistic Computing 27 (4), 445-461, 0
34
Codex ultor: Toward a conceptual and theoretical foundation for new research on books and knowledge environments
R Siemens, C Warwick, R Cunningham, T Dobson, A Galey, S Ruecker, ...
Digital Studies/Le champ numérique, 2009
282009
Communities of practice, the methodological commons, and digital self-determination in the Humanities
R Siemens
Digital Studies/le champ numérique, 2016
242016
Beyond remediation: The role of textual studies in implementing new knowledge environments
A Galey, R Cunningham, B Nelson, R Siemens, P Werstine
Scholarly and Research Communication, 2012
192012
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
192002
Disparate structures, electronic and otherwise: Conceptions of textual organisation in the electronic medium, with reference to editions of Shakespeare and the Internet
RG Siemens
The Internet Shakespeare: Opportunities in a New Medium. Early Modern …, 1998
191998
" It may change my understanding of the field": Understanding reading tools for scholars and professional readers
R Siemens, C Leitch, A Blake, K Armstrong, J Willinsky
Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2009
182009
Underpinnings of the social edition? A narrative, 2004-9, for the Renaissance English Knowledgebase (REKn) and Professional Reading Environment (PReE) projects
R Siemens, M Elkink, A McColl, K Armstrong, J Dixon, A Saby, BD Hirsch, ...
Online humanities scholarship: The shape of things to come, 401-460, 2010
172010
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
152016
TAPoR: Building a portal for text analysis
G Rockwell, R Siemens, D Moorman
Mind Technologies; Humanities Computing and the Canadian Academic Community …, 2006
152006
Peer Review and Imprint
JC Guédon, R Siemens
Text Technology 11 (1), 17-34, 2002
152002
Digital and Analog Texts
J Lavagnino
A Companion to Digital Literary Studies, 402-414, 2013
142013
Text Analysis and the Dynamic Edition? A Working Paper, Briefly Articulating Some Concerns with an Algorithmic Approach to the Electronic Scholarly Edition
R Siemens
TEXT technology 14 (1), 91, 2005
132005
INKE administrative structure: Omnibus document
L Siemens
Scholarly and Research Communication 3 (1), 2012
122012
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