Forum: The INKE Partnership for Networked Open Social Scholarship Thursday September 8th, 11am-2pm Council Chamber (AA160), University of Toronto Scarborough inke.ca | #INKEforum The INKE Partnership is a collective of researchers and partners who are concerned with networked open social scholarship and the future of scholarly communication in the digital age. Networked open social scholarship […]
Susan Brown and Stan Ruecker taught a course at the 2012 Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) in Victoria, BC, entitled “Online Tools for Literary Analysis.” Luciano Frizzera assisted them. Registration in the course was full.
The Design Research Conference, held at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, combined lectures and workshops with short talks. Stan Ruecker gave a talk entitled “Supporting Interpretative Reading” on visual interpretation of texts, timelines, and other sites of information.
Ray Siemen’s talk, “Interventions in the Confluence of Open Access and Social Engagement,” explores the role and implications of social media in the production of open access scholarly editions.
Ray Siemens’ address, entitled “Sturm und Drang? E-Reading Essentials in a Time of Change and unFixity,” was part of The Unbound Book: Reading and Publishing in the Digital Age conference’s Ascent of E-Readers lecture series.