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Humanist Archives: Dec. 14, 2018, 5:34 a.m. Humanist 32.267 - pubs: editions as interfaces

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 32, No. 267.
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        Date: 2018-12-13 10:55:47+00:00
        From: Frederike Neuber 
        Subject: pub: digital scholarly editions as interfaces

 Dear colleagues,

Please allow me to draw your attention to the latest publication (Print and
Digital-OA) of the Institute for Documentology and Scholarly Editing (IDE)
and the Centre for Information Modelling (Austrian Centre for DH at Graz

Digital Scholarly Editions as Interfaces
Ed. by edited by Roman Bleier, Martina Bürgermeister, Helmut W. Klug,
Frederike Neuber, Gerlinde Schneider; Books on Demand, 2018.

An online OA-version of the volume is provided here:
For links to the single articles, have a look on the ToC on our
website: https://www.i-d-e.de/publikationen/schriften/bd-12-interfaces/

Furthermore, the volume can be ordered, for instance, directly via BoD 


Digital Scholarly Editions as Interfaces is the 12th volume in the IDE book
series and contains thirteen contributions that critically discuss the role
and application of interfaces in digital scholarly editions (TOC see
below). Interfaces allow the direct interaction of the user with the
content of a digital edition and are - no matter if as GUI or API -
integral to the discussion about data access and usability. The volume
"Digital Scholarly Editions as Interfaces" contains contributions from the
conference of the same name, which was organized by ZIM-ACDH and DiXiT at
the University of Graz in 2016.

Table of Contents


Roman Bleier, Helmut W. Klug: Discussing Interfaces in Digital Scholarly

Theorizing the Interface

Tara L. Andrews, Joris J. van Zundert: What Are You Trying to Say? The
Interface as an Integral Element of Argument

Wout Dillen: The Editor in the Interface: Guiding the User through Texts
and Images

Shane A. McGarry: Bridging the Gap: Exploring Interaction Metaphors to
Facilitate Alternative Reading Modalities in Digital Scholarly Editions

Ginestra Ferraro, Anna-Maria Sichani: Design as Part of the Plan:
Introducing Agile Methodology in Digital Editing Projects

The Interface in Practice

Stefan Dumont: Interfaces in Digital Scholarly Editions of Letters

Chiara Di Pietro, Roberto Rosselli Del Turco: Between Innovation and
Conservation: The Narrow Path of User Interface Design for Digital
Scholarly Editions

Josua Schüuble, with Hans Walter Gabler: Encodings and Visualisations of
Text Processes across Document Borders

Elli Bleeker, Aodhán Kelly: Interfacing Literary Genesis

Jeffrey C. Witt: Digital Scholarly Editions and API Consuming Applications

Hugh A. Cayless: Critical Editions and the Data Model as Interface

Evaluating the Interface

Federico Caria, Brigitte Mathiak: A Hybrid Focus Group for the Evaluation
of Digital Scholarly Editions of Literary Authors

Elina Leblanc: Design of a Digital Library Interface from a User
Perspective, and its Consequences for the Design of Digital Scholarly
Editions: Findings of the Font Gaia Questionnaire

Enjoy reading!

Best wishes,
the editors

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