1. 2014 and in Press
2. 2013
3. 2012
4. 2011
5. 2010
6. 2009
7. 2008

INKE is heavily involved in the development of digital information environments that build on past textual practices. To this end, INKE members contribute many publications and presentations, listed here as well as on academia.edu.

For general information about the INKE project, its intentions, and its foundation, please see the following publications:

2014 and In Press

Publications

i.       Book Chapters and Articles in Press

  1. Bath, Jon, and Scott Schofield. “The Digital Book.” Cambridge Companion to the History of the Book. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, forthcoming 2015
  2. Ruecker, Stan, and the INKE Research Group. “Academic Prototyping as a Method of Knowledge Production: The Case of the Dynamic Table of Contexts.” Scholarly and Research Communication.
  3. Sondheim, Daniel, Geoffrey Rockwell, Mihaela Ilovan, Milena Radzikowska, Stan Ruecker, and the INKE Research Group. “Scholarly Editions in Print and on the Screen: A Theoretical Comparison.” Beyond Accessibility. Ed. Brent Nelson and Richard Cunningham. Forthcoming.

ii.       Works Submitted

  1. Blandford, Ann, Sara Faisal, Carlos Fiorentino, Alejandro Giacometti, Stan Ruecker, Stéfan Sinclair, Claire Warwick, and the INKE Research Group. “Programming is an Interpretive Act with Implications for the User: The Case of the Bubblelines Comparative Visualization of Search Results.” Digital Humanities Quarterly. 
  2. Crompton, Constance, Raymond Siemens, Alyssa Arbuckle, and the INKE Research Group. “Enlisting ‘Vertues Noble & Excelent’ Across Scholarly Cultures: Digital Collaboration and the Social Edition.” Digital Humanities Quarterly.
  3. Frizzera, Luciano, Sarah Vela, Mihaela Ilovan, Piotr Michura, Daniel Sondheim, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, and the INKE Research Group. “Designing for Multi-Touch Surfaces as Social Reading Environments.” Literary and Linguistic Computing.
  4. Schofield, Scott, Constance Crompton, Daniel Powell, Raymond Siemens, and the INKE Research Group. “Palimpsestual Thinking: Contexts for INKE’s the Social Edition.” Digital Humanities Quarterly.

Presentations

i.       Refereed Conference Presentations

INKE gathering: Building Partnerships to Transform Scholarly Publishing. Whistler, B.C. 5-6 February 2014.

  1. Belojevic, Nina, and Jentery Sayers. “Building Peer Review Personas.”
  2. Bowen, William, Constance Crompton, and Matthew Hiebert. “Iter Community: Prototyping an Environment for Social Knowledge Creation and Communication.”
  3. Brown, Susan, and John Simpson. “The Culture of Humanities Scholarship: Iteration, Recursion, and Versions in Scholarly Collaboration Environments.”
  4. Christie, Alex. “Interdisciplinary, Interactive, and Online: Building Open Communication through Multimodal Scholarly Articles and Monographs.”
  5. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Gamification, Research and Writing.”
  6. Ruecker, Stan. “Digital Apparatus.”
  7. Saklofske, Jon. “Humanities Scholarship in a Vast Universe: Modelling Integrated Scholarly Opportunities Between Scales of Digital Information and Meaning.”
  8. Siemens, Lynne. “Deepening Collaboration in INKE’s Year 5.”
  9. Simpson, John, and Susan Brown. “Inference and Linking of the Humanist’s Semantic Web.”

Other

  1. Muschler, Marc,  Jon Saklofske, and the INKE Research Team. “Big Love: The fruitful marriage of ARC, DPLA and Europeana content within the NewRadial environment.” CSDH/SCHN 2014.  Brock University.  28-30 May 2014.Digital Demonstration.
  2. Saklofske, Jon, and the INKE Research Team. “Close Encounters – Preserving Human Perspectives and the Potential for Meaningful Work within Big Data Sets.” CSDH/SCHN 2014.  Brock University.  28-30 May 2014.
  3. Saklofske, Jon, and the INKE Research Team. “Digital Doors of Perception: Illuminating Blake Through New Knowledge Environments.” NASSR 2014.  Washington, DC.  10-13 July 2014.
  4. Saklofske, Jon, and the INKE Research Team. “Meta-adapters: Mediating Compatibility to Enhance the Scholarly Potential of Scattered Humanities Data.”  CSDH/SCHN 2014.  Brock University.  28-30 May 2014.

2013

Publications

i.      Chapters in Books and Refereed Journal Articles

  1. Frizzera, Luciano, Milena Radzikowska, Geoff Roeder, Ernesto Peña, Teresa Dobson, Stan Ruecker, Geoffrey Rockwell, Susan Brown, and the INKE Research Group. “A Visual Workflow Interface for the Editorial Process.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 28.4 (2013): 615-28.
  2. Saklofske, Jon, and Jake Bruce. “Beyond Browsing and Reading: The Open Work of Digital Scholarly Editions.” Scholarly and Research Communication 4.3 (2013): n.pag.
  3. Siemens, Lynne, and Elisabeth Burr. “A Trip Around the World: Accommodating Geographical, Linguistic and Cultural Diversity in Academic Research Teams.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 28.2 (2013): 331-43.
  4. Siemens, Lynne. “Developing Academic Capacity in Digital Humanities: Thoughts from the Canadian Community.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 7.1 (2013): n.pag.
  5. Siemens, Lynne, and INKE Research Group. “Responding to Change and Transition in INKE’s Year 3.” Scholarly and Research Communication 4.3 (2013): n.pag.
  6. Sinclair, Stéfan, Stan Ruecker, and Milena Radzikowska. “Information Visualization for Humanities Scholars.” Literary Studies in the Digital Age: A Methodological Primer. Ed. Ken Price and Ray Siemens. New York: MLA, 2013.

ii.       Refereed Conference Proceedings

Proceedings of Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age: E/Merging Reading, Writing, and Research Practices. New York University, 26-27 September 2013.

  1. Crompton, Constance, on behalf of William Bowen, Ray Siemens, and the Devonshire MS Editorial Group. “Call and Response:  The Social Edition in Community Context.”
  2. Radzikowska, Milena, Piotr Michura, Teresa Dobson, Gerry Derksen, Stan Ruecker, and the INKE Research Group. “Capturing the Visual Interpretation of Non-Textual Information.”
  3. Ruecker, Stan, Nadine Adelaar, Susan Brown, Teresa Dobson, Ruth Knechtel, Andrew MacDonald, Ernesto Peña, Milena Radzikowska, Geoff G. Roeder, Stéfan Sinclair, Jennifer Windsor, and the INKE Research Group. “The Pace of Academic Prototyping.”
  4. Ruecker, Stan, Gerry Derksen, and the INKE Research Group.  “Analyse, Discuss, and Swot: 3 Student Projects in Design and DH at the IIT Institute of Design.”
  5. Siemens, Lynne, and the INKE Research Group. “Building and Sustaining Long-term Collaboration – Lessons at the Mid-way Mark.”

Other

  1. Michura, P.,  M. Radzikowska, and the INKE Research Group. “Seeing the Forest and Its Trees. A Hybrid Visual Research Tool for Exploring Look and Feel in Interface Design.” Proceedings of the International Congress of International Association of Societies of Design Research (IASDR). Shibaura Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan, 26-30 August 2013.
  2. Ruecker, Stan, and the INKE Research Group. “Digital Apparatus.” Proceedings of Building Partnerships to Transform Scholarly Publishing. Whistler, BC, 5-6 February 2013.

Presentations

i.       Refereed Conference Presentations

Presented at the annual Digital Humanities conference (DH2013). Lincoln, Nebraska. 16-19 July 2013.

  1. Brown, Susan, Brent Nelson, Stan Ruecker, Stéfan Sinclair, Nadine Adelaar, Ruth Knechtel, Jennifer Windsor, and the INKE Research Group. “Text Encoding, the Index, and the Dynamic Table of Contexts.”
  2. Frizzera, Luciano, Sarah Vela, Mihaela Ilovan, Piotr Michura, Daniel Sondheim, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, and the INKE Research Group. “A Variorum Reader for Multi-Touch Technology.” Presented in the panel “The Design of New Knowledge Environments.”
  3. Ruecker, Stan, Geoffrey Rockwell, and the INKE Research Group. “An Introduction to New Knowledge Environments.” Presented in the panel “The Design of New Knowledge Environments.”
  4. Saklofske, Jon, and the INKE M&P team. “Centre and Circumference: Modeling and Prototyping Digital Knowledge Environments as Social Sandboxes.”
  5. Sayers, Jentery, Susan Schreibman, Matthew Huculak, Dean Irvine, Stephen Ross, and the INKE M&P / MVP Team. “Versioning Modernist Texts: A Survey of Existing Tools for Collation and Visualization.”
  6. Simpson, John, Susan Brown, Lisa Goddard, and the INKE M&P team. “A Humanist Perspective on Building Ontologies in Theory and Practice.”
  7. Windsor, Jennifer, Susan Brown, Brent Nelson, Milena Radzikowska, Stéfan Sinclair, and the INKE Research Group. “Designing the Interface Within the Interface: Legibility and Readability in the Dynamic Table of Contexts.” Presented in the panel “The Design of New Knowledge Environments.”

Presented at the annual Canadian Society for Digital Humanities/Société canadienne des humanités numériques (CSDH/SCHN) conference (at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences 2013). Victoria, BC. 3-5 June 2013.

  1. Frizzera, Luciano, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, and the INKE Research Group. “Touching the Physical World Through Mobile Pixels.” Presented in the INKE ID panel “’Touch-a touch-a touch-a touch me’: Restoring Materiality to the Reader.”
  2. Horacki, Michael, Jon Bath, and the INKE M&P Team.“Prosopography and the Limits of Big Data.”
  3. Li, Tianyi, Luciano Frizzera, Milena Radzikowska, Stan Ruecker, and the INKE Research Group. “Tangible Workflows: Feeling the Flow of Information.” Presented in the INKE ID panel “’Touch-a touch-a touch-a touch me’: Restoring Materiality to the Reader.”
  4. Mohseni, Atefeh, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, and the INKE Research Group. “In Touch with E-Books.” Presented in the INKE ID panel “’Touch-a touch-a touch-a touch me’: Restoring Materiality to the Reader.
  5. Ruecker, Stan, Geoffrey Rockwell, and the INKE Research Group. “Introduction to the Interface to Touch.” Presented in the INKE ID panel “Touch-a touch-a touch-a touch me”: Restoring Materiality to the Reader.”
  6. Saklofske, Jon, and the INKE M&P team. “Terra Incognita: Modelling Digital Scholarly Editing as a Form of Hyperreal Cartography.”
  7. Sayers, Jentery, Stephen Ross, Adèle Barclay, Alex Christie, and the INKE M&P / MVP Team. “A Linked Open Data Approach to the Study of Global Modernism.”
  8. Siemens, Lynne, and the INKE Research Group. “’More Hands’ Means ‘More Ideas’: Change and Transition in INKE.”
  9. Simpson, John, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stefán Sinclair, Amy Dyrbye, Ryan Chartier, Milena Radikowska, and Rebekah Wilson.“Just What Do They Do? On the Use of Text Analysis in the Humanities.”
  10. Simpson, John, Jentery Sayers, Susan Brown, Harvey Quamen, Adele Barclay, Alex Christie, and the INKE M&P Team. “The Key to All Ontologies?: The Long Now of Linked Data.”
  11. Vavra, William, Jon Bath, and the INKE M&P Team. “The Engaged Reader Project: Reader-Edited Digital Texts.”
  12. Vela, Sarah, Luciano Frizzera, Mihaela Ilovan, Piotr Michura, Daniel Sondheim, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, and the INKE Research Group. “Manipulating Multiple Editions with the Multi-touch Variorum (MtV) Project.” Presented in the INKE ID panel “’Touch-a touch-a touch-a touch me’: Restoring Materiality to the Reader.”
  13. Windsor, Jennifer, Stan Ruecker, Brent Nelson, Susan Brown, Stéfan Sinclair, and the INKE Research Group. “The Unbearable Lightness of eReaders.” Presented in the INKE ID panel “’Touch-a touch-a touch-a touch me’: Restoring Materiality to the Reader.”

Presented at the annual INKE Birds-of-a-Feather Gathering (Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in a Digital Age: E/Merging Reading, Writing, and Research Practice). New York University, New York, USA. 26-27 September 2013.

  1. Bowen, William, Constance Crompton, and Matthew Hiebert. “Iter Community: Prototyping an Environment for Social Knowledge Creation and Communication.”
  2. Crompton, Constance, William Bowen, Alyssa Arbuckle, Margaret Shirley, INKE and the Devonshire MS Editorial Group. “The Social Edition in Community Context.”
  3. Saklofske, Jon, and the INKE Modelling & Prototyping team. “Exploding, Centralizing and Reimagining: Critical Scholarship Refracted Through the NewRadial Prototype.”

Other

  1. Bowen, William. “The Collaboratory: Planning Digital Platforms for Collaborative Research.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Conference. San Diego, CA. 4-6 April 2013.
  2. Bowen, William. “From Listserv to Social Media: A Report on the Re-Creation of FICINO within the Iter Community.” Sixteenth Century Society and Conference. Puerto Rico. October 2013.
  3. Saklofske, Jon. ‘The NewRadial Environment.”  ARC Executive Meeting.  NSCU, Raleigh, North Carolina. 13 November 2013.
  4. Saklofske, Jon, Jentery Sayers, Alex Christie, Nina Belojevic, and the INKE M&P Team. “Gaming the Edition: Play, Collaboration, and Shared Tacit Knowledge in the Editorial Process.” HASTAC 2013. York University. 25-28 April 2013.
  5. Sapach, Sonja, Jon Saklofske and the INKE M&P Team.“Gaming the Scholarly Edition: Opening the Private Sphere of Academic Scholarly Editing to Public Apprenticeship via Digital Game Paradigms.” Media in Transition 8. MIT. 3-5 May 2013.
  6. Sayers, Jentery, Susan Brown, John Simpson, Adèle Barclay, and the INKE M&P Team.“The Key to All Ontologies?: The Long Now of Linked Data.” HASTAC 2013. York University. 25-28 April 2013.
  7. Schofield, Scott, and the INKE Research Group. “ArchBook: A Case for Inherited Innovation.” ABSC/ACEHL 2013. Victoria, BC. 4-5 June 2013.
  8. Schofield, Scott, and the INKE team. “The Uses of a Digital Interleaf.” Presented in the “New Technologies Sessions.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Conference.San Diego, CA. 6-9 April 2013.
  9. Siemens, Lynne. “Adapting Social Science Methods to Humanities Research: Creating Opportunities for Interaction between Humanists and Social Scientists.” Modern Language Association. Boston, MA.
  10. Siemens, Lynne. “Building and Sustaining the Collaborative Infrastructure for Digital Humanities Projects.” American University of Beirut, Lebanon.
  11. Siemens, Lynne. “Building Collaborative Scholars Through Large Research Projects: The Graduate Research Assistant and Postdoc Perspectives.” Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education. Victoria, BC.
  12. Siemens, Lynne. “Building DH Communities: Creating Space, Starting Conversations.” NYC—DH. New York.
  13. Siemens, Lynne. “Collaborative Digital Humanities Projects: Building and Sustaining From the Local to the International.” University of Western Sydney, Australia.
  14. Siemens, Lynne. “DH Team Building and Institution Building.” Columbia University, New York.
  15. Siemens, Lynne. “Institution Building: A Bit of Theory.” New York University.
  16. Siemens, Ray. “Humanities Curriculum and (Inter)D[H]isciplinary Change.” New Directions for Digital Scholarship. Yale University. Keynote address.
  17. Siemens, Ray. “Big Humanities? Scaling Datasets and Tools in the Context of the Communit[y|ies] We Serve.”  Invited to Enhancing Digital Scholarship: Technologies, Content and Literacies, SSHRC @ CFHSS Congress 2013. Victoria, BC. June 2013.
  18. Siemens, Ray. “Big Humanities? Toward an Actionable, Collaborative Model for DH, in the Lab and the Community.” MeTA Lab, Vancouver Island University. Keynote.
  19. Siemens, Ray. “Building Toward the Social Scholarly Edition: A Digital Humanities Narrative.” Canadian Association for Information Science, Congress 2013. Victoria, BC, June 2013. Keynote.
  20. Siemens, Ray. “Fostering International Communities of Practice, in the Methodological Commons.”  Japanese Association of Digital Humanities 2013. Ritsumeikan University. Opening address.
  21. Siemens, Ray. “Perspectives on Knowledge Construction in the Humanities.” Culture & Technology: European Summer School in Digital Humanities. University of Leipzig. Keynote lecture.
  22. Siemens, Ray. “Understanding and Responding to (Inter)Disciplinary Change.” DH Summer School.University of Bern. Opening plenary address.

ii.       Non-refereed Invited Talk

  1. Frizzera, Luciano. “A crítica do Algoritmo: Entendendo as métricas [The Algorithm Criticism: Understanding the Metrics].” Labic HackLabViz(x). Vitória, Brazil. May 2013.

iii.       Posters

  1.  Saklofske, Jon, Jake Bruce, and the INKE M&P Team. “The INKE NewRadial Prototype: Evolving the Space and Nature of Digital Scholarly Editions.” DH2013. University of Nebraska–Lincoln. 16-19 July 2013.
  2. Simpson, John, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stéfan Sinclair, Kirsten Uszkalo, Susan Brown, Amy Dyrbye, Ryan Chartier and the INKE M&P Team. “Analysis of Text Mining Tools for Digital Humanists.” DH2013. University of Nebraska–Lincoln. 16-19 July 2013.

2012

Publications

i. Books

  1. Nelson, Brent, and Melissa Terras, eds. Digitizing Medieval and Early Modern Material Culture. Toronto and Tempe: Iter and Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2012.
  2. Siemens, Ray, with Karin Armstrong, Barbara Bond, Constance Crompton, Terra Dickson, Johanne Paquette, Jonathan Podracky, Ingrid Weber, Cara Leitch, Melanie Chernyk, Brett D. Hirsch, Daniel Powell, Chris Gaudet, Eric Haswell, Arianna Ciula, Daniel Starza-Smith, James Cummings, with Martin Holmes, Greg Newton, Jonathan Gibson, Paul Remley, Erik Kwakkel, and Aimie Shirkie. A Social Edition of the Devonshire MS (BL Add 17,492). Wikibooks and the Devonshire MS Advisory Group, 2012. 1394 pp.

ii. Chapters in Books and Refereed Journal Articles

  1. Cunningham, Richard. “Progressive Restoration: Digitizing an Edition of Richard Eden’s Arte of Navigation.” New Technologies and Renaissance Studies. Ed. William R. Bowen and Ray Siemens. Vol. 2. Toronto: U Toronto P, 2012.
  2. Galey, Alan, Jon Bath, Rebecca Niles, Richard Cunningham, and the INKE Research Group.“Imagining the Architectures of the Book: Textual Scholarship and the Digital Book Arts.” Textual Cultures 7.2 (2012): 20-42.
  3. Nelson, Brent, Jon Bath, and the INKE Research Group. “Old Ways for Linking Texts in the Digital Reading Environment: The Case of the Thompson Chain Reference Bible.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 6.2 (2012).
  4. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Crowdsourcing the Humanities: Social Research and Collaboration.” Collaborative Research in the Digital Humanities. Ed. Marilyn Deegan and Willard McCarty. London: Ashgate, 2012.
  5. Ruecker, Stan, Geoffrey Rockwell, Milena Radzikowska, Stéfan Sinclair, Christian Vandendorpe, Ray Siemens, Teresa Dobson, Lindsay Doll, Mark Bieber, Michael Eberle-Sinatra, Shannon Lucky, and the INKE Research Group. “Drilling for Papers in INKE.” Scholarly and Research Communication 3.1 (2012).http://src-online.ca/index.php/src/article/view/47/66
  6. Saklofske, Jon, and the INKE Research Group. “Fluid Layering: Reimagining Digital Literary Archives Through Dynamic, User-generated Content.” Scholarly Research Communication 3.4 (2012).
  7. Siemens, Ray, Alex Garnett, Cara Leitch, Julie Melone, and the INKE and PKP Research Groups. “Selected Information Management Resources for Implementing New Knowledge Environments: An Annotated Bibliography.” Scholarly and Research Communication 3.1 (2012).
  8. Siemens, Ray, Corina Koolen, Alex Garnett, and the INKE, ETCL, and PKP Research Groups. “Electronic Environments for Reading: An Annotated Bibliography of Pertinent Hardware and Software.” Scholarly and Research Communication 3.4 (2012). http://web.uvic.ca/~siemens/pub/2011 E-ReadingEnvironments.pdf
  9. Siemens, Ray, with Teresa Dobson, Stan Ruecker, Richard Cunningham, Alan Galey, Claire Warwick, and Lynne Siemens, with Michael Best, Melanie Chernyk, Wendy Duff, Julia Flanders, David Gants, Bertrand Gervais, Karon MacLean, Steve Ramsay, Geoffrey Rockwell, Susan Schreibman, Colin Swindells, Christian Vandendorpe, Lynn Copeland, John Willinsky, Vika Zafrin, the HCI-Book Consultative Group and the INKE Research Group.“Human-Computer Interface/Interaction and the Book: A Consultation-Derived Perspective on Foundational E-Book Research.” Collaborative Research in the Digital Humanities. Ed. Willard McCarty and Marilyn Deegan. London: Ashgate, 2012. 163-90.
  10. Siemens, Ray, with Alan Galey, Richard Cunningham, Brent Nelson, Paul Werstine, and the INKE Research Group. “Beyond Remediation: The Role of Textual Studies in Implementing New Knowledge Environments.” Digitising Medieval and Early Modern Material Culture. Ed. Brent Nelson and Melissa Terras. Toronto and Tempe: Iter and the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2012. 21-48.
  11. Siemens, Ray, with Meagan Timney, Cara Leitch, Corina Koolen, and Alex Garnett, and with the ETCL, INKE, and PKP Research Groups. “Toward Modeling the Social Edition: An Approach to Understanding the Electronic Scholarly Edition in the Context of New and Emerging Social Media.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 27.4 (2012): 445-61. [Earlier versions circulated via http://web.uvic.ca/~siemens/pub/2011-SocialEdition.pdf and as "Opening the Gates: A New Model for Edition Production in a Time of Collaboration."]
  12. Siemens, Ray, with Meagan Timney, Cara Leitch, Corina Koolen, and Alex Garnett, and with the ETCL, INKE, and PKP Research Groups. “Understanding the Electronic Scholarly Edition in the Context of New and Emerging Social Media: Selected, Annotated Bibliographies.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 6.1 (2012).
  13. Siemens, Ray, with Anne Welsh, Julianne Nyhan, and Jessica Salmon. “Video-gaming, Paradise Lost and TCP/IP: An Oral History Conversation between Ray Siemens and Anne Welsh.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 6.3 (2012).
  14. Sondheim, Daniel, Geoffrey Rockwell, Mihaela Ilovan, Milena Radzikowska, Stan Ruecker, and the INKE Research Group. “Interfacing the Collection.” Scholarly and Research Communication 3.1 (2012).

iv. Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Crompton, Constance, on behalf of Ray Siemens and the Devonshire MS Editorial Group. “Understanding the Social Edition Through Iterative Implementation: The Case of the Devonshire MS (BL Add Ms 17492).” Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in a Digital Age: E/Merging Reading, Writing, and Research Practice. Havana, Cuba, December 2012.

Presentations

i. Refereed Conference Presentations

Presented at the annual Digital Humanities conference (DH2012). Hamburg, Germany. 16-20 July 2012.

  1. Blandford, Ann, Sarah Faisal, Carlos Fiorentino, Alejandro Giacometti, Stan Ruecker, Stéfan Sinclair, Claire Warwick, and the INKE Research Group. “The Usability of Bubblelines: A Comparative Evaluation of Two Prototypes.” Presented in the panel “Designing Interactive Reading Environments for the Online Scholarly Edition.”
  2. Dobson, Teresa, Brooke Heller, Stan Ruecker, Milena Radzikowska, Mark Bieber, Susan Brown, and the INKE Research Group. “The Dynamic Table of Contexts: User Experience and Future Directions.” Presented in the panel “Designing Interactive Reading Environments for the Online Scholarly Edition.”
  3. Frizzera, Luciano, Stan Ruecker, Milena Radzikowska, Geoffrey Rockwell, Susan Brown, and the INKE Research Group. “Workflows as Structured Surfaces.” http://www.dh2012.uni-hamburg.de/conference/programme/abstracts/workflows-as-structured-surfaces/
  4. Ruecker, Stan, Geoffrey Rockwell, Milena Radzikowska, and the INKE Research Group. “Introduction to Designing Interactive Reading Environments for the Online Scholarly Edition.” Presented in the panel “Designing Interactive Reading Environments for the Online Scholarly Edition.”
  5. Siemens, Ray. “Toward an International Network of DH Training Institutes.”
  6. Siemens, Ray, with Constance Crompton and the Devonshire MS Editorial Group. “The Social Edition: Scholarly Editing Across Communities.”
  7. Siemens, Ray, with Lynne Siemens. “Notes from the Collaboratory: An Informal Study of an Academic DH Lab in Transition.”
  8. Windsor, Jennifer, Mihaela Ilovan, Daniel Sondheim, Luciano Frizzera, Stan Ruecker, Stéfan Sinclair, Geoffrey Rockwell, and the INKE Research Group. “Implementing Text Analysis E-reader Tools to Create Ad-hoc Scholarly Editions.” Presented in the panel “Designing Interactive Reading Environments for the Online Scholarly Edition.”

Presented at the annual Society for Digital Humanities/ La société pour l’étude des médias interactifs conference (at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences 2012). Waterloo, Ontario. 26 May-2 June 2012.

  1. Crompton, Constance, presented on behalf of Ray Siemens and the Devonshire MS Editoriak Group. “Building Editions, Building Community: Preparing the Social Edition.”
  2. Frizzera, Luciano, Stan Ruecker, Milena Radzikowska, Geoffrey Rockwell, Susan Brown, and the INKE Research Group. “Workflow Interface for Editorial Process.”
  3. Ilovan, Mihaela Viorica, Luciano Frizzera, Piotr Michura, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, Daniel Sondheim, Jennifer Windsor, and the INKE Research Group. “Exploring Humanist Citation Practice through Visualization.”
  4. Siemens, Lynne, and the INKE Research Group “’The Second Year is Every Bit as Good as the First’: Examination of a Long-time DH Collaboration.”
  5. Siemens, Ray, with Constance Crompton. “Building Editions, Building Community: Social Scholarly Editing.” Presented in the panel “The Production and Dissemination of Scholarly Texts.”
  6. Sondheim, Daniel Martin, Susan Brown, Teresa Dobson, Luciano Frizzera, Mihaela Ilovan, Milena Radzikowska, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, Stéfan Sinclair, Jennifer Windsor, Christian Vandendorpe, and the INKE Research Group. “Interface to Interface Research.” (Panel)
  7. Windsor, Jennifer, Susan Brown, Teresa Dobson, Luciano Frizzera, Mihaela Ilovan, Milena Radzikowska, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, Stéfan Sinclair, Daniel Sondheim, Christian Vandenorpe, and the INKE Research Group. “Analysis and Design of e-Readers.” Presented in the panel “Interface to Interface Research.”

Presented at the annual INKE Birds-of-a-Feather Gathering (Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in a Digital Age: E/Merging Reading, Writing, and Research Practice). Havana, Cuba. 11-14 December 2012.

  1. Bowen, William R. “(Un)packing the Collaboratory: Next Steps for Iter Community.”
  2. Crompton, Constance, Ray Siemens, the INKE Research Group, and the Devonshire MS Editorial Group. “Understanding the Social Edition Through Iterative Implementation: The Case of the Devonshire MS (BL Add Ms 17492).”
  3. Nelson, Brent, Jon Bath, Robert Imes, and the INKE Research Group.“Minimalist Architectures: Re‐designing the eBook for Small Reading Surfaces.”
  4. Saklofske, Jon, and Jake Bruce. “Beyond Browsing and Reading: The Open Work of Digital Scholarly Editions.”
  5. Schofield, Scott, and the INKE Research Group. “Opening the Early Modern Toolbox: The Digital Interleaf and The Digital Commonplace Book.”
  6. Siemens, Lynne, and the INKE Research Group. “Responding to Change and Transition in INKE’s Year 3.”
  7. Sinclair, Stéfan, Stan Ruecker, Geoffrey Rockwell, Milena Radzikowska, Teresa Dobson, Ann Blandford, Susan Brown, and Brent Nelson with Andrew Macdonald, Daniel Sondheim, Mihaela Ilovan, Jennifer Windsor, Mark Bieber, Sarah Faisal, Alejandro Giacometti, Piotr Michura, Luciano Frizzera, Kamal Ranaweera, Carlos Fiorentino, Omar Rodriguez, Brooke Heller, Geoff Roeder, and the INKE Research Group. “Toward Tool Integration in a Digital Scholarly Environment.”
  8. Siemens, Ray. “Considering Ways to Approach Scholarly Books and Professional Reading in the Digital, Social Age.” / “Considerando, caminos hacia los libros académicos y la lectura profesional en la era digital y social.”
  9. Siemens, Ray. “Fundamentos para el entendimiento del libro y la lectura en la era digital:Lectura, escritura e investigación e/mergentes  / Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age: E/Merging Reading, Writing, and Research Practices.”
  10. Simpson, John, Susan Brown, Harvey Quamen, Jon Bath, Jon Saklofske, Jentery Sayers, Lisa Goddard, Adele Barclay, Alex Christie, Mandy Elliott, and the INKE Research Group. “E/Merging Models for the Production of Online Research through Linked Data.”

Other

  1. Bowen, William R. “Creating a Flexible Platform Online Platform for Scholarly Publication.” Annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies / Société Canadienne d’Études de la Renaissance (Congress 2012). Waterloo, ON. 26-28 May 2012.
  2. Crompton, Constance, with Daniel Powell, on behalf of Ray Siemens and the Devonshire MS Editorial Group. “The Devonshire Manuscript Defused: Modeling the Social Edition.” Digital Humanities Summer Institute. U Victoria. June 2012.
  3. Crompton, Constance, on behalf of Ray Siemens and the Devonshire MS Editorial Group. “Tools, Texts and Teams: Collaboration in the Canadian Context.” Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures, Congress 2012. Waterloo, ON. 26 May- 2 June 2012.
  4. Goddard, Lisa, and the INKE Research Group. “Adventures in Linked Data: Building a Connected Research Environment.” Access Conference 2012. Montreal, QC. 18-21 October. http://research.library.mun.ca/622/
  5. Ruecker, Stan, and the INKE Research Group. “New Forms of Reading.” Invited presentation at the Design Strategy Conference. IIT Institute of Design, Chicago. 9-10 May 2012.
  6. Sondheim, Daniel, Geoffrey Rockwell, Mihaela Ilovan, Luciano Frizzera, Jennifer Windsor, Stan Ruecker, and the INKE Research Group. “From Print to the Web and Back: The Current State of Scholarly Editions.” Beyond Accessibility: Textual Studies in the 21st Century. U Victoria. 2-3 June 2012.
  7. Siemens, Lynne. “At the Half Way Point: Reflections on Collaboration Within INKE.” New York U.
  8. Siemens, Lynne. “Collaborations in DH Teams: Opportunities, Challenges and Learning.” University College London.
  9. Siemens, Ray. “Becoming What We Are: Questions toward an Action-Oriented Engagement of DH Infrastructure  (Humanities Computing, eHumanities, Computational Humanities, and Digital Humanities in the Content of Research Cyberinfrastructure).” Invited to Culture & Technology: European Summer School in Digital Humanities. U Leipzig. 25 July 2012.
  10. Siemens, Ray. “Being ‘Social’: Some Parameters for our Renewed Consideration of Knowledge Generation, Dissemination, and Curation.” Invited to Centre for Digital Humanities, Department of Information Studies, UC London. 24 January 2012.
  11. Siemens, Ray. “Big Humanities / Digital Humanities / Evolving Humanities.” U Victoria. 10 January 2012.
  12. Siemens, Ray. “Collaboration Toward An International DH Training Network.” Invited to Digital.Humanities@Oxford. Merton College Oxford. 6 July 2012.
  13. Siemens, Ray. “D[H]isruptive Technologies.” U Victoria. 5 December 2012.
  14. Siemens, Ray. “DHSI and its Environs: Toward an International Network of DH Training Institutes.” Digital Humanities Summer Institute. U Victoria. 7 June 2012.
  15. Siemens, Ray. “DHSI, in the Context of an International Training Network,” Invited to Culture & Technology: European Summer School in Digital Humanities. U Leipzig. 30 July 2012.
  16. Siemens, Ray. “Digital Humanities Collaboration, Creation, and Culture: Engaging New Knowledge Environments.” Invited to UBC Okanagan. 26 November 2012.
  17. Siemens, Ray. “Foundations of the Social Edition.” Invited to Experts’ Seminar, NeDiMAH Working Group in Digital Scholarly Editions. Huygens Institute, The Hague. 21 November 2012.
  18. Siemens, Ray. “Is Freedom Just Another Word for Nothing Left to Lose? Notes on Open Access and Emergent Scholarly Practice.”  Invited to Canadian Political Science Association meeting. U Victoria. 18 February 2012.
  19. Siemens, Ray. “A Future for the History of the Book / A History for the Future of the Book: A Discussion of the Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) Project.” Invited to Diversity and Digital Humanities. Hamilton C. 25 September 2012.
  20. Siemens, Ray. “Humanities 2.0: A Research Narrative.” U Victoria. 7 March 2012. Distinguished Professor Inaugural lecture.
  21. Siemens, Ray. “Implementing the Devonshire MS (BL Add Ms 17492) as Social Edition.” Invited keynote at Culture & Technology: European Summer School in Digital Humanities. U Leipzig. 23 July 2012.
  22. Siemens, Ray. “Implementing New Knowledge Environments: Collaboration, Creation, and Culture in the Digital Humanities.” Invited Keynote to the 2012 International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities. Taipei, Taiwan. 30 November 2012.
  23. Siemens, Ray. “INKE as/and Infrastructure, in a Fast-Evolving Research Arena, Or, Cyberinfrastructure and its Discontents.”  Invited to New Directions for Digital Humanities and Cyberinfrastructures. U Montreal. 1 May 2012.
  24. Siemens, Ray. “Large Humanities Projects and the Notion of the Collaboratory: The ‘Book’ as Implementation of a Knowledge Environment.” Invited to English and NYU Library Digital Commons Initiative. 9 November 2012.
  25. Siemens, Ray. “Leadership from a Position of Strength in Vision and Perspective: On Community and Disciplinarity in the Digital Humanities.”  Invited to Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London. 25 January 2012.
  26. Siemens, Ray. “Modeling Content, Process, and Beyond: From Curiosity-based to Problem-oriented Research Approaches in the Digital Humanities.”  Invited to UCL DH. UC London. 23 January 2012.
  27. Siemens, Ray. “Moving Forward Together OR, How to Avoid Being Crabs in a Bucket.” TRUTH Symposium. U Victoria. 10 September 2012.
  28. Siemens, Ray. “An Open, Stakeholder-based Approach toward Understanding, Operationalising, and Sustaining Academic Open Access.”  Invited to Canadian Library Association / Association canadienne des bibliothèques. Ottawa, ON. 2 June 2012.
  29. Siemens, Ray. “Toward Operationalising and Sustaining Open-Access in a Canadian Context: Introduction.”  CFHSS Congress. Wilfred Laurier University.  1 June 2012.
  30. Siemens, Ray. “Understanding the Building Blocks of the (Social) Scholarly Edition in the Digital Age.” Invited to Hamilton C. 26 September 2012.
  31. Siemens, Ray. “Understanding the (Digital) Humanities’ Public Ubiquity (in an Age Requiring Tractable Indicators of Success).” Invited to Public Digital Humanities. McGill University. 30 April 2012.
  32. Siemens, Ray.  “Understanding, Operationalising, and Sustaining Academic Open Access: Views Gathered via an Open, Stakeholder-based Approach in Canada.” Invited keynote, Acceso Abierto, Comunicatión Científico Y Preservación Digital VII Simposio Internacional de Bibliotecas Digitales (ISTEC-SIDB’12 / BIREDIAL’12 / CIPECC’12). Barranquilla, Colombia. 14 November 2012.
  33. Siemens, Ray. “Understanding the Social Edition, Theoretically and Through Iterative Implementation.”  Japanese Association for Digital Humanities 2012 Conference. U Tokyo. 15 September 2012.
  34. Siemens, Ray. “Understanding Training in the Digital Humanities / Engaging Training in the Digital Humanities.”  Digital Humanities Summer Institute. U Victoria. June 2012. Opening and closing remarks.
  35. Siemens, Ray. “What We Think about Operationalising & Sustaining Academic Open Access (from the 2012 CFHSS Open Stakeholder Consultation).” Invited to What Open Access Publishing Can Do for You. U Victoria. 26 October 2012.
  36. Siemens, Ray. “‘With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility’: A Response to Susan Schriebman’s Keynote Address at JADH 2012.”  Invited to Japanese Association for Digital Humanities 2012 Conference. U Tokyo. 16 September 2012.
  37. Siemens, Ray, with Constance Crompton. “Tools, Texts, and Teams:  Scholarly Collaboration in the Canadian Context.” Presented in the panel “Resituating Literary Scholarship: Collaboration and the Digital Spectrum.”  ALCQ-ACQL (CFHSS Congress). Wilfred Laurier University. 28 May 2012.
  38. Siemens, Ray, with Constance Crompton and Daniel Powell. “The Devonshire Manuscript Defused: Modeling the Social Edition.”  Digital Humanities Summer Institute Colloquium. U Victoria. 6 June 2012.
  39. Siemens, Ray, with Constance Crompton and the Devonshire MS Editorial Group. “Many Hands, Many Editors: The Scholarly Edition And Social Media.” Beyond Accessibility: Textual Studies in the 21st Century. U Victoria. 2-3 June 2012.

ii. Posters

  1. Crompton, Constance, with Ray Siemens on behalf of the Devonshire MS Editorial Group. “The Social Edition: Scholarly Editing Across Communities.” DH2012. Hamburg, Germany. July 2012.

2011

Publications

     i. Books, Software, and Platforms

  1. Bath, Jon, Richard Cunningham, and Alan Galey. ArchBook: Architectures of the Book. U Toronto, n.d. http://inke.ischool.utoronto.ca/archbook/
  2. DeCook, Travis, and Alan Galey, eds. Shakespeare, the Bible, and the Form of the Book: Contested Scriptures. New York: Routledge, [2011 for] 2012.
  3. Giacometti, Alejandro. Texttiles Browser. http://dev.giacometti.me/textTiles/trunk/
  4. Rockwell, Geoffrey, and Lian Yan. TAPoRware. McMaster U, 2011. http://taporware.mcmaster.ca/
  5. Ruecker, Stan, Milena Radzikowska, and Stéfan Sinclair. Visual Interface Design for Digital Cultural Heritage: A Guide to Rich-Prospect Browsing. Farnham: Ashgate, 2011.
  6. Sinclair, Stéfan, and Geoffrey Rockwell. Bubblelines. Voyant Tools, 2011. http://voyeurtools.org/tool/Bubblelines/

     ii. Chapters in Books and Refereed Journal Articles

  1. Bialkowski, Voytek, Rebecca Niles, and Alan Galey. “The Digital Humanities Summer Inst. and Extra-Institutional Modes of Engagement.” Faculty of Information Quarterly 3.3 (2011): 19–29. http://fiq.ischool.utoronto.ca/index.php/fiq/article/view/15628
  2. Duff, Wendy, Emily Monks-Leeson, Alan Galey, and the INKE Research Group. “Contexts Built and Found: A Pilot Study on the Process of Archival Meaning-Making.” Archival Science 12.1 (2012): 69-92. http://www.springerlink.com/content/85424g0206836155/fulltext.html
  3. Galey, Alan. “Reading the Book of Mozilla: Web Browsers and the Materiality of Digital Texts.” Methods, Strategies, Tactics. Ed. Rosalind Crone and Shafquat Towheed. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. 196-214.
  4. Galey, Alan. “The Tablets of the Law: Reading Hamlet with Scriptural Technologies.” Shakespeare, the Bible, and the Form of the Book: Contested Scriptures. Ed. Travis DeCook and Alan Galey. New York: Routledge, [2011 for] 2012. 77-95.
  5. Makri, Stephann, Ann Blandford, Anna Louise Cox, Simon Attfield, and Claire Warwick. “Evaluating the Information Behaviour Methods: Formative Evaluations of Two Methods for Assessing the Functionality and Usability of Electronic Information Resources.” International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 69.7-8 (2011): 455-82. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhcs.2011.04.004
  6. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “On the Evaluation of Digital Media as Scholarship.” Profession (2011): 152-68.
  7. Rockwell, Geoffrey, and Kevin Kee. “The Leisure of Serious Games: A Dialogue.” Game Studies 11.2 (2011): n.p. http://gamestudies.org/1102/articles/geoffrey_rockwell_kevin_kee
  8. Ross, Claire, Melissa Terras, Claire Warwick, and Anne Welsh. “Enabled Backchannel: Conf. Twitter Use by Digital Humanists.” Journal of Documentation 67.2 (2011): 214-37. http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/155116/
  9. Siemens, Ray, Teresa M. Dobson, Stan Ruecker, Richard Cunningham, Alan Galey, Claire Warwick, and Lynne Siemens, with Karin Armstrong, Michael Best, Melanie Chernyk, Lynn Copeland, Wendy Duff, Julia Flanders, David Gants, Bertrand Gervais, Karon MacLean, Steve Ramsay, Susan Schreibman, Colin Swindels, Geoffrey Rockwell, Christian Vandendorpe, John Willinsky, Vika Zafrin, the HCI-Book consultative group, and the INKE Research Group. “HCI-Book? Perspectives on E-Book Research, 2006-2008.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada / Cahiers de la la Société bibliographique du Canada. 49.1 (2011): 35-89. http://web.uvic.ca/~siemens/pub/2011-HCI-Book.pdf
  10. Siemens, Ray, Mike Elkink, Alastair McColl, Karin Armstrong, James Dixon, Angelsea Saby, Brett D. Hirsch and Cara Leitch, with Martin Holmes, Eric Haswell, Chris Gaudet, Paul Girn, Michael Joyce, Rachel Gold, and Gerry Watson, and members of the PKP, Iter, TAPoR, and INKE Research Groups. “Prototyping the Renaissance English Knowledgebase (REKn) and Professional Reading Environment (PReE), Past, Present, and Future Concerns: A Digital Humanities Project Narrative.” Digital Studies / Le champ numérique 2.2 (2011): n.p. http://www.digitalstudies.org/ojs/index.php/digital_studies/article/view/182/255 (Pre-printing of “Underpinnings of the Social Edition” in Online Humanities Scholarship: The Shape of Things to Come, ed. Jerome McGann.)
  11. Siemens, Ray, Claire Warwick, Richard Cunningham, Teresa M. Dobson, Alan Galey, Stan Ruecker, Susan Schreibman, and the INKE Research Group. “Codex Ultor: Toward a Conceptual and Theoretical Foundation for New Research on Books and Knowledge Environments.” Digital Studies / Le champ numérique 2.2 (2011): n.p. Web. http://www.digitalstudies.org/ojs/index.php/digital_studies/article/view/177/220
  12. Sinclair, Stéfan, Stan Ruecker, Sandra Gabriele, Matt Patey, Matt Gooding, Chris Vitas, and Bartosz Bajer. “Meditating on a Mandala in Class: Studying Shakespeare’s Plays with a Visual Exploration Tool for XML Texts.” Media | Pedagogy | Culture 15.1-2 (2011). http://mcp.educ.ubc.ca/v15n01BornDigital_Article01_Sinclair_Ruecker_Gabriele_Patey_Gooding_Vitas_Bajer
  13. Terras, Melissa, Claire Ross, and Claire Warwick. “Building Useful Virtual Research Environments: the Need for User Led Design.” University Libraries and Digital Learning Environments. Ed. Penny Dale, Jill Beard, and Matt Holland. London: Ashgate, 2011. 151-68.
  14. Vandendorpe, Christian. “Quelques questions clé que pose la lecture sur écran.” Lire dans un monde numérique. Ed. Claire Bélisle. Lyon: ENSSIB, 2011. 49-66.
  15. Vandendorpe, Christian. “Some considerations about the future of reading.” Digital Studies / Le champ numérique 2.2 (2011): n.p. http://www.digitalstudies.org/ojs/index.php/digital_studies/article/viewArticle/186
  16. Werstine, Paul. “Variorum Commentary.” ArchBook: Architectures of the Book. Ed. Jon Bath, Richard Cunningham, and Alan Galey. U Toronto, n.d. http://inke.ischool.utoronto.ca/archbook/entries.php

     iii. Other

  1. Bath, John. “Augmented Reality Book.” ArchBook Blog. Ed. Jon Bath, Richard Cunningham, and Alan Galey. U Toronto, 12 July 2011. http://inke-archbook.blogspot.com/2011_07_01_archive.html
  2. Bath, Jon. “Swiss Manuscript with Multiple Levels of Commentary.” ArchBook Blog. Ed. Jon Bath, Richard Cunningham, and Alan Galey. U Toronto, 21 June 2011. http://inke-archbook.blogspot.com/2011_06_01_archive.html
  3. Imes, Rob. “Annotations in Four Scholarly Editions.” ArchBook Blog. Ed. Jon Bath, Richard Cunningham, and Alan Galey. U Toronto, 28 Oct. 2011. http://inke-archbook.blogspot.com/2011_10_01_archive.html
  4. Nelson, Brent. “Case Study: The Shifting Form of the Table of Contents in Judith Drake’s An Essay in Defence of The Female Sex (1696).” ArchBook Blog. Ed. Jon Bath, Richard Cunningham, and Alan Galey. U Toronto, 15 Sept. 2011. http://inke-archbook.blogspot.com/2011_09_01_archive.html
  5. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “INKE Panel at Digital Humanities 2011.” ArchBook Blog. Ed. Jon Bath, Richard Cunningham, and Alan Galey. U Toronto, 2 July 2011. http://inke-archbook.blogspot.com/2011/07/inke-panel-at-digital-humanities-2011.html
  6. Warwick, Claire. “Archive 360: The Walt Whitman Archive.” Archive 1.1 (2011): n.p. http://www.archivejournal.net/issue/1/three-sixty/

     iv. Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Gutiérrez, Lucio, Eleni Stroulia, Ionis Nikolaidis, Sean Gouglas, Geoffrey Rockwell, Patricia Boechler, Michael Carbonaro, and S. King. “fAR-PLAY: A Framework to Develop Augmented/Alternate Reality Games.” Proceedings of the Second IEEE Workshop on Pervasive Collaboration and Social Networking (PerCol 2011). Seattle: IEEE P, 2011.
  2. Siemens, Lynne, Richard Cunningham, Wendy Duff, and Claire Warwick. “A Tale of Two Cities: Implications of the Similarities and Differences in Collaborative Approaches within the Digital Libraries and Digital Humanities Communities.” Papers from Digital Humanities 2010, King’s College, London. Ed. John Nerbonne, Bethany Nowviskie, Paul Spence, and Paul Vetch. Spec. issue of Literary and Linguistic Computing 26.3 (2011): 335-48. http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/content/26/3/335.full
  3. Shiri, Ali, Stan Ruecker, Lindsay Doll, Matthew Bouchard, and Carlos Fiorentino. “An Evaluation of Thesaurus-enhanced Visual Interfaces for Multilingual Digital Libraries.” Proceedings of the International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries. Ed. S. Gradmann et al. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 2011. 236-43.
  4. Vandendorpe, Christian. “Nouveaux Horizons de Lecture et Implications pour l’école.” Actes du colloque sur la littératie médiatique. Proc. of La littératie médiatique à l’école et hors de l’école. Montreal: PUQ, 2011.

Presentations    

      i. Invited Presentations

  1. Cunningham, Richard, Alan Galey, Jon Bath, Brent Nelson, Scott Schofield, Ray Siemens, Claire Warwick, Paul Werstine, and the INKE Research Group. “Implementing a New Knowledge Environment: Textual Studies and Architectures of the Book.” Trinity C., Dublin. October 2011.
  2. Cunningham, Richard, Stan Ruecker, Ray Siemens, Claire Warwick, and the INKE Research Group. “INKE at 1 1/2: The First Eighteen Months of a Major Collaborative Research Initiative.” Digital Humanities Symposium. U Alabama, Tuscaloosa. March 2011.
  3. Galey, Alan. “The Archivable Renaissance: Computing’s Pasts and Futures.”New Technologies and Renaissance Studies. Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. Montreal, QC. March 2011.
  4. Galey, Alan. “Upgrading the Renaissance Computer.” Toronto Renaissance and Reformation Colloquium. U Toronto. February 2011.
  5. Galey, Alan, John Bonnett, Leslie Howsam, and Ray Siemens. “New Knowledge Environments.” Canadian Association for the Studies in Book Culture Conference. U New Brunswick, Fredericton. June 2011.
  6. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Tim Hitchcock, Dan Cohen, and Stéfan Sinclair. “Data Mining with Criminal Intent.” Digging Into Data Conference. NEH Headquarters, Washington. June 2011.
  7. Ruecker, Stan, and the INKE Research Group. “Envisioning New Knowledge Environments.” U Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 14 February 2011.
  8. Siemens, Lynne. “Building and Maintaining a Team Approach in a Rapidly-Advancing Area of Research and Development.” Digital Humanities Summer School. Oxford U. July 2011.
  9. Siemens, Lynne. “‘Firing on All Cylinders’: Progress and Transition in INKE’s Year 2.” Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age: Text and Beyond. Ritsumeikan U, Kyoto. November 2011.
  10. Siemens, Lynne, and the INKE Research Group. “Governance Models in Large-Scale Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies Projects.” Envisioning REED in the Digital Age Workshop. U Toronto. April 2011.

     ii. Refereed Conference Presentations

Presented at the annual Digital Humanities conference (DH2011). Stanford U, Palo Alto. June 2011.

  1. Dobson, Teresa M., Stan Ruecker, and Monica Brown. “Introduction to PlotVis as a Form of Distant Reading.”
  2. Galey, Alan. “Approaching the Coasts of Utopia: Visualization Strategies for Mapping Early Modern Paratexts.”
  3. Radzikowska, Milena, Stan Ruecker, Susan Brown, Peter Organisciak, and the INKE Research Group. “Structured Surfaces for JiTR.”
  4. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Stan Ruecker, Miheala Illovan, Milena Radzikowska, Peter Organisciak, Brown Susan, and Daniel Sondheim. “The Interface of the Collection.”
  5. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Victoria Smith, Sean Gouglas, and Harvey Quamen. “Computing in Canada: A History of the Incunabular Years.”
  6. Ruecker, Stan, and the INKE Research Group. “The Paper Drill.”
  7. Ruecker, Stan, Piotr Michura, Omar Rodriguez, and Teresa M. Dobson. “PlotVis: Design and Programming.”
  8. Sondheim, Daniel, Geoffrey Rockwell, and the INKE Research Group. “The Citation from Print to the Web.”

Presented at the annual Society for Digital Humanities/ La société pour l’étude des médias interactifs conference. Fredericton, NB. May 2011.

  1. Bath, Jon, Alan Galey, Richard Cunningham, and the INKE Research Group. “The Architecture of Architectures of the Book: Codex-Informed Web Design.”
  2. Cunningham, Richard, Sonya Major, Michelle Valley, and Ann Wilkings. “Developing Digital Learning Phase 2: Object Development and Data Collection.”
  3. Fiorentino, Carlos, and the INKE Research Group. “The Design of Bubblelines.”
  4. Grotkowski, Ali, Stan Ruecker, Sandra Gabriele, Jennifer Roberts-Smith, Stéfan Sinclair, Teresa M. Dobson, Annemarie Akong, Sally Fung, and Omar Rodriguez. “From Pillars of Light to Four-Legged Friends and Chess Pieces with Noses: Avatar Design for the Simulated Environment for Theatre.”
  5. Liepert, Susan, and the INKE Research Group. “Algorithmic Criticism Using Bubblelines.”
  6. Moroz, Ashley, Geoffrey Rockwell, Geof May, Stéfan Sinclair, and Corey Slavnik. “Viral Analytics: Embedding eVoyeur in Content Systems.”
  7. Nelson, Brent, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, Miheala Ilovan, and Daniel Sondheim. “The Table of Contents.” Presented in the roundtable “Corpus Interfaces.”
  8. Nelson, Brent, and the INKE Research Group. “Motivating the Development of New Knowledge Environments: the Illustrative Case of the Modern Study Bible.”
  9. Radzikowska, Milena, Stan Ruecker, Susan Brown, and Jeff Antoniuk. “Slicing, Dicing, and Splicing on the Orlando Breadboard.”
  10. Ruecker, Stan, and the INKE Research Group. “Introduction to Comparative Search Visualization.”
  11. Ruecker, Stan, and the INKE Research Group. “An Introduction to Corpora Interfaces.”
  12. Ruecker, Stan, Milena Radzikowska, Alejandro Giacometti, Mark Bieber, and the INKE Research Group. “Corpora Interface Prototypes.”
  13. Selmer, Megan, Geoffrey Rockwell, Natalie Kononenko, and Maryna Chernyavska.“Crowdsourcing Ukrainian Folklore Audio Project.”
  14. Sondheim, Daniel, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, Mihaela Ilovan, and the INKE Research Group. “Corpora from the Page to the Screen.”
  15. Warwick, Claire, Simon Mahony, Julianne Nyhan, Claire Ross, Melissa Terras, Ulrich Tiedau, Anne Welsh. “UCLDH: Big Tent Digital Humanities in Practice.”

Presented at the annual INKE Birds-of-a-Feather Gathering (Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in a Digital Age: E/Merging Reading, Writing, and Research Practice). Ritsumeikan U, Kyoto, Japan, 18 November 2011.

  1. Brown, Susan, Ofer Arazy, Stan Ruecker, Milena Radzikowska, Geoffrey Rockwell, Ashley Moroz, Megan Sellmer, and the INKE Research Group. “From CRUD to CREAM: Imagining a Rich Scholarly Repository Interface.”
  2. Nelson, Brent, Stan Ruecker, Milena Radzikowska, Stéfan Sinclair, Susan Brown, Mark Bieber, and the INKE Research Group. “A Short History and Demonstration of the Dynamic Table of Contexts.”
  3. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Stan Ruecker, Mihaela Ilovan, Daniel Sondheim, Jennifer Windsor, and the INKE Research Group. “The Face of Interface: Studying Interface to the Scholarly Corpus and Edition.”
  4. Ruecker, Stan, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stéfan Sinclair, Milena Radzikowska, Teresa Dobson, Ann Blandford, Susan Brown and Brent Nelson with Daniel Sondheim, Mihaela Ilovan, Jennifer Windsor, Mark Bieber, Sara Faisal, Alejandro Giacometti, Piotr Michura, Luciano Frizzera, Kamal Ranaweera, Carlos Fiorentino, Omar Rodriguez, and the INKE Research Group. “The Beginning, the Middle, and the End: New Tools for the Scholarly Edition.”

Other

  1. Burden, Michael, Diane Aubin, Patricia Poechler, Sean Gouglas, M. Henry, S. King, and Geoffrey Rockwell. “Serious Video Games for Patient Safety Education.” Faculty of Education Technology Fair. U Alberta, Edmonton. March 2011.
  2. Burden, Michael, Diane Aubin, Patricia Poechler, Sean Gouglas, M. Henry, S. King, and Geoffrey Rockwell. “Serious Video Games for Patient Safety Education.” GRAND 2011. Convention Centre, Vancouver, BC. May 2011.
  3. Cunningham, Richard, Jon Bath, Alan Galey, Brent Nelson, Jon Saklofske, Ray Siemens, Paul Werstine, and the INKE Research Group. “Textual Studies in a Digital World.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. Montreal, QC. March 2011.
  4. Cunningham, Richard, Alan Galey, Jon Bath, and Rebecca Niles. “Archives and Architectures: The INKE Project and New Dimensions in Textual Studies.” Canadian Association for Studies in Book Culture Conference. U New Brunswick, Fredericton. June 2011.
  5. Cunningham, Richard, and the INKE Research Group. “Textual Scholarship and Collaborative Digital Projects: An Overview of INKE.” Exploring Book Culture: Textual Practices Across Boundaries.Canadian Association for Studies in Book Culture Conference. U New Brunswick and St. Thomas U, Fredericton. June 2011.
  6. Duff, Wendy, Emily Monks-Lesson, and Alan Galey. “Contexts Built and Found: A Pilot Study on the Process of Archival Meaning-making.” U Wellington, Victoria. May 2011.
  7. Galey, Alan. “The Enkindling Reciter: Performing Reading and Concealing Texts in the E-book Demo.” MLA Convention. Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles. January 2011.
  8. Galey, Alan. “The Shakespearean Archive: Critical Prehistories of Digital Editing.” Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting. Hyatt Regency, Bellevue. April 2011.
  9. Galey, Alan, Jon Bath, and the INKE Research Group. “Imagining the Architectures of the Book: Historical Perspectives on E-Book Design.” Canadian Association for Studies in Book Culture Conference. U New Brunswick and St. Thomas U, Fredericton. June 2011.
  10. Lucky, Shannon, Joyce Yu, Sean Gouglas, Geoffrey Rockwell, B. Simon, Jason Della Rocca, Jonathan Schaeffer, Kevin Kee, Jennifer Jensen, S. Russell, Saleem Dabbous, Tamara Peyton, and Ron Wakkary. “Collaborative Opportunities in the Digital Economy: A Canadian Perspective.” GRAND 2011. Convention Centre, Vancouver, BC. May 2011.
  11. Nelson, Brent. “Investigative Tagging: Exploring the Early Modern Cabinet of Curiosities.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting, Montreal, QC. March 2011.
  12.  Radzikowska, Milena, Stan Ruecker, and Geoffrey Rockwell. “Seeing, Thinking, Making: Students Experiment with Humanities Data Visualization.” 2011 Pica Design Conference. Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, AB. May 2011.
  13. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Computer Games and Canada’s Digital Economy.” Interacting with Immersive Worlds 2011. Brock U, St. Catherine’s, ON. June 2011.
  14. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Culturing Community.” U Nebraska, Lincoln. May 2011.
  15. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Incorporating the Digital in Your Humanities Class.” EPSCoR State Cyberinfrastructure Conference.North Dakota State U, Fargo. March 2011.
  16. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Rebuilding TAPoR: Cyberinfrastructure for the Humanities.” EPSCoR State Cyberinfrastructure Conference.North Dakota State U, Fargo. March 2011.
  17. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Supporting the Digital Humanities.” EPSCoR State Cyberinfrastructure Conference.North Dakota State U, Fargo. March 2011.
  18. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Teaching and Learning in the Digital Humanities.” A Vision for Digital Humanities in Ireland. Digital Humanities Observatory, Dublin. March 2011.
  19. Ruecker, Stan, Jim Allman, Jason Boyd, Susan Brown, Michael Burden, Johanna Drucker, Carlos Fiorentino, Wayne Graham, Bethany Nowviskie, Geoffrey Rockwell, Omar Rodriguez-Arenas, and Milena Radzikowska. “The Visual Representation of Time.” Space/Place/Play: Canadian Women Writers Conference. Ryerson U, Toronto. October 2011.
  20. Ruecker, Stan, Lisa M. Given, Myah Slade, Moyra Lang, Mark Bieber, Matt Bouchard, and Carlos Fiorentino. “An Interdisciplinary Digital Humanities Project on Canadian Health Information Design (CHI).” Osaka Symposium on Digital Humanities. Osaka U, Osaka. September 2011.
  21. Ruecker, Stan, and the INKE Research Group. “Introducing the Dynamic Table of Contexts for Scholarly Editions.” MLA Convention. Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles. January 2011.
  22. Ruecker, Stan, and the INKE Research Group. “Text Visualizations Transform Reading.” TEDxJuanDeFuca. Vancouver Island Tech Park, Victoria, BC. April 2011.
  23. Sinclair, Stéfan, Teresa M. Dobson, Sandra Gabriele, Jennifer Roberts-Smith, and Stan Ruecker. “Loose Media: The Play between Text and Stage in the Simulated Environment for Theatre.” Space/Place/Play: Canadian Women Writers Conference. Ryerson U, Toronto. October 2011.
  24. Vandendorpe, Christian. “The Fate of the Novel in an Era of Ergative Reading.” Des manuscrits antiques à l’ère digitale / From Ancient Manuscripts to the Digital Era. Lectures et littératies / Readings and Literacies. Lausanne U, Lausanne. August 2011.
  25. Vandendorpe, Christian. “Lecture sur écran et Avenir du Roman.” Conférence d’ouverture au colloque des manuscrits antiques à l’ère digitale. Lausanne U, Lausanne. August 2011.

Teaching

i. Courses taught

  1. Galey, Alan, instructor. “Architectures of the Book.” INF 1005/1006. Faculty of Information. U Toronto, 2010-12. Graduate course. http://individual.utoronto.ca/alangaley/#teaching

     ii. Students

  1. Barentsen, Gord. INKE Research Assistant. Supervised by Paul Werstine. U Western Ontario, London. 2011.
  2. Bath, Jon. INKE Postdoctoral Fellow in the History and Future of the Book. Supervised by Alan Galey. Faculty of Information, U Toronto. 2010-11.
  3. Choi, Michael. INKE Research Assistant. Supervised by Paul Werstine. U Western Ontario, London. 2009-11.
  4. Gorman, Peter. INKE Research Assistant. Supervised by Alan Galey. Faculty of Information, U Toronto. 2011.
  5. Monks-Leeson, Emily. INKE Research Assistant. Supervised by Alan Galey. Faculty of Information, U Toronto. 2011.
  6. Niles, Rebecca. INKE Research Assistant. Supervised by Alan Galey. Faculty of Information, U Toronto. 2011.
  7. Scofield, Scott. INKE Postdoctoral Fellow in the History and Future of the Book. Supervised by Alan Galey. Faculty of Information, U Toronto. 2011-12.

Conference and Conference Organization

     i. Dedicated conferences

  1. Siemens, Ray, org. INKE 2011. Ritsumeikan U, Kyoto. November 2011.

     ii. Conference panels and sessions

  1. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Shannon Lucky, Garry Wong, Michael Burden, Calen Henry, and Joyce Yu, org. Serious Games Research in the Digital Humanities. SDH/SEMI Conference. U New Brunswick, Fredericton. May-June 2011. Panel.
  2. Werstine, Paul, org. Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) and the Scholarly Edition. MLA Convention. Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles. January 2011. Session.

2010

Publications

     i. Books, Software, and Platforms

  1. Warwick, Claire, and Katherine Singer, ed. Papers from Digital Humanities 2009, University of Maryland, USA. Spec. issue of Literary & Linguistic Computing 25.4 (2010): 364-464. http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/content/25/4.toc

     ii. Chapters in Books and Refereed Journal Articles

  1. Arazy, Ofer, Eleni Stroulia, Stan Ruecker, Cristina Arias, Carlos Fiorentino, Veselin Ganev, and Terence Yau. “Recognizing Contributions in Wikis: Authorship Categories, Algorithms, and Visualizations.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 61.6 (2010): 1166-79. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asi.21326/pdf
  2. Brown, Susan, Stan Ruecker, Jeffery Antoniuk, Sharon Farnel, Matt Gooding, Stéfan Sinclair, Matt Patey, and Sandra Gabriele. “Reading Orlando with the Mandala Browser: A Case Study in Algorithmic Criticism via Experimental Visualization.” Digital Studies / Le champ numérique 1.4 (2010): n.p. http://www.digitalstudies.org/ojs/index.php/digital_studies/article/viewArticle/191/237
  3. Galey, Alan. “The Human Presence in Digital Artifacts.” Text and Genre in Reconstruction: Effects of Digitalization on Ideas, Behaviours, Products, and Institutions. Ed. Willard McCarty. Oxford: Open Book, 2010. 93-117.
  4. Galey, Alan. “Mechanick Exercises: The Question of Technical Competence in Digital Scholarly Editing.” Electronic Publishing: Politics and Pragmatics. Ed. Gabriel Egan. Toronto and Tempe: Iter and Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2010. 81-101.
  5. Galey, Alan. “Networks of Deep Impression: Shakespeare and the History of Information.” Shakespeare and New Media. Ed. Katherine Rowe. Spec. issue of Shakespeare Quarterly 61.3 (2010): 289–312. http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/shq/summary/v061/61.3.galey.html
  6. Galey, Alan, Stan Ruecker, and the INKE Research Group. “How a Prototype Argues.” Literary & Linguistic Computing 24.10 (2010): 405–24. http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/content/25/4/405.abstract
  7. Makri, Stephann, and Claire Warwick. “Information for Inspiration: Understanding Architects’ Information-Seeking and Use Behaviours to Inform Design.” Journal for the American Society of Information Science and Technology 61.9 (2010): 1745-70. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asi.21338/pdf
  8. Rockwell, Geoffrey. Rev. of L’umanista digitale, by Domenico Fiormonte. Ecdotica 7 (2010): 246-51.
  9. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Stéfan Sinclair, Stan Ruecker, and Peter Organisciak. “Ubiquitous Text Analysis.” Visualizing the Archive. Spec. issue of Poetess Archive Journal 2.1 (2010): n.p. http://journals.tdl.org/paj/index.php/paj/article/view/13
  10. Shiri, Ali, Stan Ruecker, Matt Bouchard, Amy Stafford, Paras Mehta, Karl Anvik, and Ximena Rossello. “User Evaluation of Searchling: A Visual Interface for Bilingual Digital Libraries.” Electronic Library 29.1 (2010): 71-89. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=1906946
  11. Siemens, Lynne. “The Potential of Grant Applications as Team Building Exercises.” Journal of Research Administration 41.1 (2010): 75-89. http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ886794.pdf
  12. Siemens, Ray. “Imagining the Manuscript and Printed Book in a Digital Age.” Text Comparison and Digital Creativity: The Co-Production of Presence and Meaning in Digital Textual Scholarship. Ed. Ernst Thoutenhoofd, Wido van Peursen, and Adriaan van der Weel. Leiden: Brill, 2010: xvii, 299-303. http://web.uvic.ca/~siemens/pub/2010-Imagining.pdf
  13. Siemens, Ray, Mike Elkink, Alastair McColl, Karin Armstrong, James Dixon, Angelsea Saby, Brett D. Hirsch, Cara Leitch, Martin Holmes, Eric Haswell, Chris Gaudet, Paul Girn, Michael Joyce, Rachel Gold, Gerry Watson, and members of the PKP, Iter, TAPoR, and INKE Research Groups. “Underpinnings of the Social Edition? A Narrative, 2004-9, for the Renaissance English Knowledgebase (REKn) and Professional Reading Environment (PReE) Projects.” Online Humanities Scholarship: The Shape of Things to Come. Ed. Jerome McGann. Houston: Rice UP, 2010. http://cnx.org/content/m34335/latest/
  14. Siemens, Ray, Serina Patterson, Devon Stokes-Bennett, and James Nahachewsky. “Enacting Change: A Study of the Implementation of e-Readers and an Online Library in two Canadian High School Classrooms.” Liber Quarterly 20.1 (2010): 66-79. http://liber.library.uu.nl/publish/articles/000491/article.pdf
  15. Siemens, Ray, Claire Warwick, Richard Cunningham, Teresa M. Dobson, Alan Galey, Stan Ruecker, Susan Schreibman, and the INKE Research Group. “Codex Ultor: Vers une base conceptuelle et theorique pour la nouvelle recherche sur les livres et les environnements documentaires.” Mémoires du livre / Studies in Book Culture 1.1 ([2010 for] 2009): n.p. http://www.erudit.org/revue/memoires/2009/v1/n1/038636ar.html
  16. Siemens, Ray, John Willinsky, Cara Leitch, Karin Armstrong, and Analisa Blake. “It May Change My Understanding of the Field: New Reading Tools for Scholars.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 3.4 ([2010 for] 2009): n.p. http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/3/4/000075/000075.html
  17. Vandendorpe, Christian. “Bouleversements sur le front de la lecture.” Le Débat 160 (2010): 151-60.
  18. Warwick, Claire. “Text Editing, Print and the Digital World.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 61.2 (2010): 428-30. doi:10.1002/asi.21204

     iii. Other

  1. Cohen, Patricia. “Scholars Test Web Alternative to the Venerable Peer Review.” New York Times 24 Aug. 2010, natl. ed.: A1, A3. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/24/arts/24peer.html?scp=1&sq=scholars%20web&st=cse
  2. Howard, Jennifer. “Leading Humanities Journal Debuts ‘Open’ Peer Review, and Likes It.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 26 July 2010. http://chronicle.com/article/Leading-Humanities-Journal/123696/

     iv. Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Dobson, Teresa M., Piotr Michura, and Stan Ruecker. “Visualizing Plot in 3D.” Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Digital Society (ICDS 2010): 10-16 February 2010, St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles. Los Alamitos: IEEE Computer Soc., 2010.
  2. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “As Transparent as Infrastructure; On the Research of Cyberinfrastructure in the Humanities.” Online Humanities Scholarship: The Shape of Things to Come. Ed. Jerome McGann. Proceedings of the Mellon Foundation Online Humanities Conf. Houston: Rice UP, 2010. 461-87.
  3. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Gary Wong, Stan Ruecker, Megan Meredith-Lobay, and Stéfan Sinclair. “The Big See: Large Scale Visualization.” Proceedings of the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science 1.2 (2010): n.p. https://letterpress.uchicago.edu/index.php/jdhcs/article/view/65
  4. Ruecker, Stan, Ali Shiri, Carlos Fiorentino, Amy Stafford, Mark Bieber, and Matthew Bouchard. “Exploratory Search Interfaces for the UNESCO Multilingual Digital Library: Combining Visualization and Semantics.” Journal of the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science 1.3 (2010): n.p. https://letterpress.uchicago.edu/index.php/jdhcs/article/view/82
  5. Shiri, Ali, Stan Ruecker, Carlos Fiorentino, Amy Stafford, Matthew Bouchard, and Mark Bieber. “Designing a Semantically Rich Visual Interface for Cultural Digital libraries using the UNESCO Multilingual Thesaurus.” Proceedings of the annual conference on Cultural Attitudes Toward Technology and Education (CATaC 2010). Ed. Fey Sudweeks, Herbert Hrachovec, and Charles Ess. Murdoch: Murdoch U, 2010. 45-52. http://www.catacconference.org/
  6. Terras, Melissa, Claire Warwick, L.H., and Claire Fisher. “Integrating New Technologies into Established Systems: A Case Study from Roman Silchester.” Proceedings of the 37th Annual International Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) March 22-26 2009, Williamsburg, Virginia, US. Netherlands: CAA, 2010. http://www.caa2009.org/articles/Fisher_Contribution191_c%20(1).pdf

Presentations    

      i. Invited Presentations

  1. Galey, Alan. “Architectures of the Book: The Materiality of Digital Reading.” Laurentian U, Sudbury. October 2010.
  2. Galey, Alan. “‘I Cannot Do’t Without Compters’: Data and Materiality.” Shakespeare and New Media. Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting. Hyatt Regency, Chicago. April 2010.
  3. Galey, Alan. “Prehistories of Digitization and the Afterlives of Books.” Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale U, New Haven. December 2010.
  4. Galey, Alan, Jerome McGann, and Kathryn Sutherland. “Gutenberg Again?” Mod. Bill Bell. Material Cultures Conference. U of Edinburgh, Edinburgh. July 2010.
  5. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Does the Internet Lie?” Festival of Ideas. U Alberta, Edmonton. November 2010.
  6. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Histories and Archives Project.” Digitization Day. U Alberta, Edmonton. December 2010.
  7. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Textual Visualization: What’s the Point of Looking at What You Can Read?” Visualization User’s Group. U Alberta, Edmonton. February 2010.
  8. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “There’s a Toy in my Essay.” SLIS Research Colloquium Series. U Alberta, Edmonton. March 2010.
  9. Ruecker, Stan, and the INKE Research Group. “In, Around, and Beyond the Electronic Book: INKE Designs and Prototypes to Make Working with Digital Text More Enjoyable and Rewarding.” London Seminar in Digital Text and Scholarship. UC London. October 2010.
  10. Siemens, Ray. “An Approach to Understanding the History of the Book in the Context of its Future & The Future of the Book in the Context of its History.” eBooks in the Contemporary Humanities: Advantages and Challenges for Teaching and Research. Vancouver Island U, Nanaimo, BC. September 2010.
  11. Siemens, Ray. “Articulating Models and Frames for Knowledge and Scholarship in Scale, Scope, and Iterative Method.” Texts and Literacy in the Digital Age: Assessing the Future of Scholarly Communication. Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague. December 2010.
  12. Siemens, Ray. “Bits and INKE: Foundations of a Future for the History of the Book.” U Maryland, College Park. April 2010.
  13. Siemens, Ray. “Building Blocks Toward a Future for the History of the Book.” Newberry Library, Chicago. April 2010.
  14. Siemens, Ray. “Coterie and Miscellaneous Contribution: A Computationally-Modeled Approach toward Understanding the Inter-Personal Networks in the Devonshire Manuscript (BL Add MS 17,492).” U Waterloo. October 2010.
  15. Siemens, Ray. “Coterie and Miscellaneous Contribution: Producing the Devonshire Manuscript (Bl Add MS 17492), Historically and in <Socially-mediated> Scholarly Edition.” The Archives and the Profession. U Texas, Austin. February 2010.
  16. Siemens, Ray. “The Devonshire Manuscript (BL Add Ms 17492), Editing and Analysis.” UBC Okanagan, Kelowna, BC. January 2010.
  17. Siemens, Ray. “Electronic Scholarly Editing and its Contexts, with Examples from the Devonshire Manuscript (BL Add Ms 17492).” Digital Humanities Day. Sheffield Hallam U, Sheffield. December 2010.
  18. Siemens, Ray. “Exploring the Future of the Book in Electronic Form, from the Perspective of the Past: A Discussion of the INKE Project, Implementing New Knowledge Environments.” ESU Culture and Technology. U Leipzig, Leipzig. July 2010.
  19. Siemens, Ray. “Framing HPC in the Humanities, Toward Understanding Foundational Points of Engagement.” BCNet Conference. Simon Fraser U, Vancouver, BC. May 2010.
  20. Siemens, Ray. “Networks and the History of the Book: A Discussion of the INKE Research Network, Implementing New Knowledge Environments.” U California, Los Angeles. August 2010.
  21. Siemens, Ray. “Notes toward the Social Edition.” Huygens Institute, The Hague. December 2010.
  22. Siemens, Ray. “(Re)Mediating the Book in an Academic Context: Notes toward a Field Guide.” Mediating Objects, Remediating Texts: Reading Material Culture in Transition. U Victoria. May 2010.
  23. Siemens, Ray. “Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age.” “Digging into Data” and English Studies. SDH/SEMI and ACCUTE Conference, Montréal U, Montreal, May 2010.
  24. Siemens, Ray. “Research in Electronic Textual Culture and the Digital Humanities: Understanding the TEI Community, Exploring Manuscript Culture, and the Implementing New Knowledge Environments Project.” U Toronto, Toronto, March 2010.
  25. Siemens, Ray. “Sorry, Dude, We’re Fresh out of Paddles … or, How Can We Determine our Position on a Raging River When We Can Barely See the Shore?” eBooks in the Contemporary Humanities: Advantages and Challenges for Teaching and Research. Vancouver Island U, Nanaimo, BC. September 2010.
  26. Siemens, Ray. “Steps Toward a Future for the History of the Book: A Discussion of the INKE Project, Implementing New Knowledge Environments.” U Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. March 2010.
  27. Siemens, Ray. “Toward the Social Edition: Building on Underpinnings of the Social Edition? A Narrative, 2004-9, for the Renaissance English Knowledgebase (REKn) and Professional Reading Environment (PReE) Projects.” Online Digital Scholarship: The Shape of Things to Come. U Virginia, Charlottesville. March 2010.
  28.  Siemens, Ray. “Understanding and Engaging the Book: Academically, Temporally.” Digital Humanities: Visualising the Archive. Ryerson U, Toronto. April 2010.
  29. Siemens, Ray. “Understanding What the Book Has to Offer us in the Electronic Age.” Dean’s Lecture Series. Greater Victoria Public Library, Victoria, BC. January 2010.
  30. Siemens, Ray. “Using Digital Humanities Method to Model Content and Process in the Devonshire MS (BL Add Ms 17492).” Newberry Library, Chicago. April 2010.
  31. Siemens, Ray. “A Vision for the Future of Humanities, in our Discipline and Beyond.” Ritsumeikan U, Kyoto. October 2010.
  32. Sinclair, Stéfan. “Voyeur: Seeing What You Get (And Writing About It Too).” Digital Humanities Summer Institute. U Victoria. June 2010.
  33. Vandendorpe, Christian. “Le roman et l’avenir de la lecture dans une culture numérique.” Landsdowne Lecture Series. U Victoria, March 2010.
  34. Vandendorpe, Christian. “Who’s Afraid of Wikipedia?” Lansdowne Lecture Series. U Victoria. March 2010.

     ii. Refereed Conference Presentations

Presented at the annual Digital Humanities conference (DH2010). King’s College, London. July 2010.

  1. Brown, Susan, Jeffery Antoniuk, Mike Bauer, Jenn Berberich, Milena Radzikowska, Stan Ruecker, and Terence Yung. “How Do You Visualize a Million Links?”
  2. Caton, Paul, and the INKE Research Group. “No Representation Without Taxonomies: Specifying Senses of Key Terms in Digital Humanities.”
  3. Dobson, Teresa M., Michael Eberle-Sinatra, Stan Ruecker, Shannon Lucky, and the INKE Research Group. “Citation Rhetoric Examined / Une évaluation de la rhétorique des citations scientifiques. ”
  4. Nelson, Brent. “The Digital Ark: From Taxonomy to Ontology in 17th-century Collections of Curiosities.”
  5. Organisciak, Peter, Geoffrey Rockwell, and Stan Ruecker. “The Day of DH.”
  6. Roberts-Smith, Jennifer, Teresa M. Dobson, Sandra Gabriele, Stan Ruecker, Stéfan Sinclair, Matt Bouchard, Shawn DeSouza-Coelho, Annemarie Akong, David Lam, Omar Rodriguez, and Karen Taylor. “English Theory and Theatre Practice: Watching the Script and the Simulated Environment for Theatre.”
  7. Roberts-Smith, Jennifer, Stéfan Sinclair, Teresa M. Dobson, Stan Ruecker, Sandra Gabriele, Matt Bouchard, Shawn DeSouza-Coelho, Annemarie Kong, David Lam, Omar Rodriguez, and Karen Taylor. “Literary Theory and Theatre Practice: A Comparative Study of Watching the Script and the Simulated Environment for Theatre.”
  8. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Building the Humanities Lab: Scholarly Practices in Virtual Research Environments.”
  9. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Cyberinfrastructure for Research in the Humanities: Expectations and Capacity.” In the panel “Understanding ‘Capacity’ of the Digital Humanities: The Canadian Experience Generalized.”
  10. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Stéfan Sinclair, Stan Ruecker, Megan Meredith-Lobay, Peter Organisciak, and Kamal Ranaweeram. “A Day in the Life of Digital Humanities.”
  11. Siemens, Lynne, Richard Cunningham, Wendy Duff, and Claire Warwick. “A Tale of Two Cities: Implications of the Similarities and Differences in Collaborative Approaches within the Digital Libraries and Digital Humanities Communities.”
  12. Sinclair, Stéfan. “Building from the Ground Up: Training Digital Humanities Scholars as Developers.”

Presented at the annual Society for Digital Humanities/ La société pour l’étude des médias interactifs conference. Concordia U, Montreal, QC. May-June 2010.

  1. Cunningham, Richard, Sonya Major, Michelle Valley, and Ann Wilkings. “Developing Digital Learning Phase 1: Object Development and Test Design.”
  2. Dobson, Teresa M., Michael Eberle-Sinatra, Stan Ruecker, Shannon Lucky, and the INKE Research Group. “Citation Style and Reader Experience.”
  3. Gabriele, Sandra, Stéfan Sinclair, Jennifer Roberts-Smith, Stan Ruecker, Omar Rodriguez, and Marcelo Hong. “From Surface to Space: Adding a Dimension to a Theatrical Visualization Interface.”
  4. Menezes, Christopher, Blair Nonnecke, Susan Brown, Stan Ruecker, and Claire Warwick. “VidLog: Understanding and Visualizing Website Usage through Logfile Analysis.”
  5. Organisciak, Peter, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stéfan Sinclair, and Stan Ruecker. “Text Analysis for Me Too: An Embeddable Text Analysis Widget.”
  6. Piquette, Kathryn E., Claire Warwick, Teresa M. Dobson, Richard Kopak, Karen Taylor, Alan Galey, Wendy Duff, Emily Monk-Leeson, and the INKE Research Group. “Reader Experience in Physical and Digital Environments.”
  7. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Cyberinfrastructure for Research in the Humanities: Expectations and Capacity.” In the panel “Academic Capacity in Canada’s Digital Humanities Community.”
  8. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Sophia Hoosien, Harvey Quamen, Victoria Smith, and Sean Gouglas. “Before the Moments of Beginning.”
  9. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Sophia Hoosien, Harvey Quamen, Victoria Smith, and Sean Gouglas. “Exclusionary Practices: A Historical Look at Public Representations of Computers in the 1950s and Early 1960s.”
  10. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Stan Ruecker, Peter Organisciak, Megan Meredith-Lobay, Kamal Ranaweera, and Julianne Nyhan. “What do We Say About Ourselves? An Analysis of the Day of DH 2009 Data.”
  11. Rockwell, Geoffrey, and Stéfan Sinclair. “Theorizing Text Analysis.”
  12. Ross, Claire, Melissa Terras, Claire Warwick, and Anne Welsh. “Pointless Babble or Enabled Backchannel: Conference Use of Twitter by Digital Humanists.”
  13. Ruecker, Stan, Milena Radzikowska, Mark Bieber, Shannon Lucky, Geoffrey Rockwell, Daniel Sondheim, Teresa M. Dobson, Karen Taylor, Stéfan Sinclair, Cyril Briquet, Jenn Ross, and Christian Vandendorpe. “INKE Interface Design Panel on Citation Design.”
  14. Siemens, Lynne, and the INKE Research Group. “The E-paper Anniversary: Lessons From the First Year of INKE.”
  15. Siemens, Ray.  “Notes Toward the Social Edition.”
  16. Sinclair, Stéfan. “Building from the Ground Up: Training Digital Humanities Scholars as Developers.”
  17. Sinclair, Stéfan, and Cyril Briquet. “A Day in the Life of Digital Humanities.”
  18. Sinclair, Stéfan, Cyril Briquet, and James Chartrand. “Building a Paper Drill in INKE.”
  19. Sondheim, Daniel, Geoffrey Rockwell, and the INKE Research Group. “The Face of Citations: From the Page to the Screen.”
  20. Taylor, Karen, Teresa M. Dobson, Kathryn E. Piquette, Claire Warwick, and the INKE Research Group. “Humanities and Social Sciences Scholars’ Use of Digital Technology for Teaching and Research.”
  21. Wynne, Maryanne, Stan Ruecker, Thomas M. Nelson, Melissa Schlachter, Waleed Albakry, Michael Strong, Michael Lewcio, and Michael Plouffe. “Emotion and the Other: A Mandala Study of Children’s Memories of Dreams and Waking Events.”

Presented at the annual INKE Birds-of-a-Feather Gathering (Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age: Textual Methodologies and Exemplars). Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague. December 2010.

  1. Giacometti, Alejandro, Stan Ruecker, Carlos Fiorentino, and the INKE Research Group. “Showcase Browsing with Texttiles 2.0 and BubbleLines.”
  2. Nelson, Brent, and Jon Bath. “Old Ways for Linking Texts in the Digital Reading Environment: The Case of the Thompson Chain Reference Bible.”
  3. Siemens, Lynne, and the INKE Research Group. “Understanding Long Term Collaboration: Reflections on Year 1 and Before.”
  4. Siemens, Ray. “Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age: Textual Methodologies and Exemplars.”
  5. Sondheim, Daniel, Geoffrey Rockwell, Milena Radzikowska, Stan Ruecker, Mihaela Ilova, and the INKE Research Group. “Interfacing the Collection.”

Other

  1. Cunningham, Richard, Jon Bath, Alan Galey, Brent Nelson, Ray Siemens, Paul Werstine, and the INKE Research Group. “Do Bibliographic Codes Translate to Computer Code?” Perils of Print Culture. Trinity C, Dublin. September 2010.
  2. Galey, Alan, and the INKE Research Group. “Architectures of the Book: Connecting Exemplars, Models, and Prototypes in the Development of New Reading Environments.” Material Cultures Conference. U Edinburgh, Edinburgh. July 2010.
  3. Gouglas, Sean, Geoffrey Rockwell, and Eleni Stroulia. “AARGuing for the Masses: Authoring Tools for Educational Alternate/Augmented Reality Games.” Playing with Technology in History Conference. Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON. April 2010.
  4. Hawkins, Michael, Simon Julier, Robert Iliffe, Tim Weyrich, Melissa Terras, and Claire Warwick. “Digital Historical Research: An Ideal Case Study for Networked Visualisation Research.” NATO Workshop on Visualising Networks: Coping With Change And Uncertainty. Griffiss Institute, Rome. October 2010.
  5. Nelson, Brent. “The Architectonics of a Digital Donne.” Annual Conference of the John Donne Society. Louisiana State U, Baton Rouge. February 2010.
  6. Nelson, Brent. “The Virtual Ark’: Social Networks and Circulating Objects in the Culture of Curiosity.” Circulating Ideas in Seventeenth-Century Europe: Networks, Knowledge, and Forms. Royal Society of London, London. July 2010.
  7. Nelson, Brent, and Craig Harkema. “The John Donne Society’s Digital Text Project: Large and Layered, Small and Simple.” European Society for Textual Scholarship. Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Pisa. November 2010.
  8. Nelson, Brent, and Craig Harkema. “A New Model for Publishing the Scholarly Electronic Edition.” ACCESS 2010. U Manitoba, Winnipeg. October 2010.
  9. Roberts-Smith, Jennifer, Stan Ruecker, Sandra Gabriele, and Stéfan Sinclair. “The Ontology of Stage Directions.” Pacific Northwest Renaissance Society Conference. U Victoria. October 2010.
  10. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “The Unreality of the Timeline.” Canadian Historical Association Conference. Concordia U, Montreal. June 2010.
  11. Rockwell, Geoffrey, and Victoria Smith. “Histories and Archives Project.” Digitization Day. U Alberta, Edmonton. December 2010.
  12. Ruecker, Stan, Johanna Drucker, Susan Brown, Megan Meredith-Lobay, Geoffrey Rockwell, Sean Gouglas, Harvey Quamen, Victoria Smith, Sophia Hoosein, and Bethany Nowviskie. “Timelines for Conflicting Witnesses: Three Historical Case Studies.” Canadian Historical Association Conference. Concordia U, Montreal. May-June 2010.
  13. Shiri, Ali, Stan Ruecker, Carlos Fiorentino, Amy Stafford, and Matthew Bouchard. “Exploratory Interaction with Information through Visualization and Semantics: Designing a Visual User Interface Using the UNESCO Multilingual Thesaurus.” Canadian Association for Information Science Conference. Concordia U, Montreal.
  14. Siemens, Lynne, and the INKE Research Group. “The ‘Large Project’ Experience in Renaissance Studies: Planning and Managing Interdisciplinarity.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. Isola San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice. April 2010.
  15. Siemens, Ray. “Distant Reading and Computationally-facilitated Engagements of Renaissance Texts, from the Devonshire MS (BL Add Ms 17492) to Paradise Lost.” IAUPE Malta Conference. U Malta, Malta. July 2010.
  16. Siemens, Ray. “Enacting Change: A Study of the Implementation of E-Readers and an Online Library in Two Canadian High School Classrooms.” LIBER Annual Conference. Århus U, Århus. June 2010.
  17. Siemens, Ray. “Facilitating and Supporting a Community’s Research Engagement: Web 2.0 and Next Steps for Iter.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. Isola San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice. April 2010.
  18. Siemens, Ray. “Implementing New Knowledge Environments: Building Upon Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age.” BooksOnline Workshop. Information and Knowledge Management Intl. Conference.  Fairmont Royal York, Toronto, ON. October 2010.
  19. Siemens, Ray. “Tool Mashing: The Devonshire MS (BL Add. 17492) and its Networks.” Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, U Maryland, College Park. April 2010.
  20. Siemens, Ray. “Toward a History of the Future of the Book.” IAUPE Malta Conference. U Malta, Malta. July 2010.
  21. Siemens, Ray, and Richard Cunningham. “An ‘Early Modernist’ Viewpoint of the History of the Future of the Book.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. Isola San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice. April 2010.
  22. Sinclair, Stéfan. “Challenges and Opportunities of Web-Based Analytic Tools for the Humanities.” Cyberinfrastructure Days. U Notre Dame, Notre Dame. April 2010.
  23. Warwick, Claire. “Luddites or Critics? Designing Useful Digital Resources for Humanities Scholars.” Fiesole Collection Development Retreat. Central Library of K.U, Leuven. April 2010.
  24. Wong, Garry, and Geoffrey Rockwell. “Approaching the Public Screen; Technology and Design.” Screen as Surface—Screen as Process Conference. U Alberta, Edmonton. December 2010.
  25. Wynne, Maryanne, Stan Ruecker, Thomas M. Nelson, Melissa Schlachter, Waleed Albakry, Michael Strong, Michael Lewcio, and Michael Plouffe. “How to Get at More of What Lies Beyond the Facsimile or Forgetting Heffalumps, Jackalopes, and Other Imaginary Creatures, and Focusing on What We Know.” Beyond the Facsimile: Rich Models of Late Medieval and Early Modern Texts. Sheffield Hallam U, Sheffield. December 2010.

Conference and Conference Organization

     i. Dedicated conferences

  1. Siemens, Ray, org. INKE 2010. Dutch Natl. Library, The Hague. December 2010.
  2. Siemens, Ray, and Gabriel Egan, org. Beyond the Facsimile. Sheffield Hallam U, Sheffield. December 2010.

 

2009

Publications

     i. Books, Software, and Platforms

  1. Nelson Brent, ed. Bridging Communities in Digital Scholarship. Spec. issue of Digital Studies / Le champ numérique 1.3 (2009): n.p. http://www.digitalstudies.org/ojs/index.php/digital_studies/issue/view/21
  2. Opas-Hanninen, Lisa Lena, Espen S. Ore, and Claire Warwick, eds. Selected papers from Digital Humanities 2008, University of Oulu, Finland, June 25-29. Spec. issue of Literary & Linguistic Computing 24.2 (2009): 127-247. http://llc.oxfordjournals.org.ezproxy.library.uvic.ca/content/24/2.toc
  3. Vandendorpe, Christian. From Papyrus to Hypertext: Toward a Universal Digital Library. Ed. Ray Siemens and Susan Schreibman. Trans. Phyllis Aronoff and Howard Scott. Urbana-Champaign: U of Illinois P, 2009.

     ii. Chapters in Books and Refereed Journal Articles

  1. Brown, Susan, Patricia Clements, Isobel Grundy, Stan Ruecker, Jeffery Antoniuk, and Sharon Balazs. “Published Yet Never Done: The Tension Between Projection and Completion in Digital Humanities Research.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 3.2 (2009): n.p. http://digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/3/2/000040/000040.html
  2. Cunningham, Richard. “dis-Covering the Early Modern Book: An Experiment in Humanities Computing.” Digital Studies / Le champ numérique 1.3 (2009): n.p. http://www.digitalstudies.org/ojs/index.php/digital_studies/article/view/152/223
  3. Cunningham, Richard. “Reading the Electronic Book of Martyrs: History, Experience, and Production in the Hypertextual Environment.” Acts of Reading: Interpretation, Reading Practices, and the Idea of the Book in John Foxe’s Actes and Monuments. Ed. Thomas Anderson and Ryan Netzley. Newark: U of Delaware P. 2009: 51-68.
  4. Gainor, Rhiannon, Stéfan Sinclair, Stan Ruecker, Matt Patey, and Sandra Gabriele. “A Mandala Browser User Study: Visualizing XML Versions of Shakespeare’s Plays.” Visible Language 43.1 (2009): 60-85. http://visiblelanguagejournal.com/web/abstracts/abstract/a_mandala_browser_user_study_visualizing_xml_versions_of_shakespeares_plays
  5. Galey, Allen. “Signal to Noise: Designing a Digital Edition of The Taming of a Shrew (1594).” Shakespeare and Information Technology. Ed. Patrick Finn. Special issue of College Literature 36.1 (2009): 40-66. http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/college_literature/v036/36.1.galey.pdf
  6. Michura, Piotr, Stan Ruecker, Milena Radzikowska, Carlos Fiorentino, Tanya Clement, and Stéfan Sinclair. “Slot Machines, Graphs, and Radar Screens: Prototyping List-based Literary Research Tools.” The Charm of a List: From the Sumerians to Computerised Data Processing. Ed. Lucie Dolezalova. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2009. 167-76.
  7. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Interrupting Digitization and Thinking about Text.” Informatica Umanistica 2 (2009): 65-86. http://www.ledonline.it/informatica-umanistica/Allegati/IU-02-09-Rockwell.pdf
  8. Ruecker, Stan, Susan Brown, Milena Radzikowska, Stéfan Sinclair, Thomas M. Nelson, Patricia Clements, Isobel Grundy, Sharon Balasz, and Jeff Antoniuk. “The Table of Contexts: A Dynamic Browsing Tool for Digitally Encoded Texts.” The Charm of a List: From the Sumerians to Computerised Data Processing. Ed. Lucie Dolezalova. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2009. 177-87.
  9. Ruecker, Stan, Milena Radzikowska, and Stéfan Sinclair. “Designing Data Mining Droplets: New Interface Objects for the Humanities Scholar.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 3.3 (2009): n.p. http://digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/3/3/000067/000067.html
  10. Ruecker, Stan, Geoffrey Rockwell, Milena Radzikowska, Stéfan Sinclair, Christian Vandendorpe, Ray Siemens, Teresa M. Dobson, Lindsay Doll, Mark Bieber, Michael Eberle-Sinatra, and the INKE Research Group. “Drilling for Papers in INKE.” New Knowledge Environments 1.1 (2009): n.p. http://journals.uvic.ca/index.php/INKE/article/view/165/169
  11. Siemens, Lynne, and the INKE Research Group. “From Writing the Grant to Working the Grant: An Exploration of Processes and Procedures in Transition.” New Knowledge Environments 1.1 (2009): n.p. http://journals.uvic.ca/index.php/INKE/article/view/169
  12. Siemens, Lynne, Ray Siemens, Richard Cunningham, Teresa M. Dobson, Alan Galey, Stan Ruecker, and Claire Warwick. “INKE Administrative Structure, Omnibus Document.” New Knowledge Environments 1.1 (2009): n.p. http://journals.uvic.ca/index.php/INKE/article/view/546
  13. Siemens, Ray, Johanne Paquette, Karin Armstrong, Cara Leitch, Brett D. Hirsch, Eric Haswell, and Greg Newton. “Drawing Networks in the Devonshire Manuscript (BL Add Ms 17492): Toward Visualizing a Writing Community’s Shared Apprenticeship, Social Valuation, and Self-Validation.” Digital Studies / Le champ numérique 1.1 (2009): n.p. http://www.digitalstudies.org/ojs/index.php/digital_studies/article/view/146/201
  14. Siemens, Ray, Claire Warwick, Richard Cunningham, Teresa M. Dobson, Alan Galey, Stan Ruecker, Susan Schreibman, and the INKE Research Group. “Codex Ultor: Toward a Conceptual and Theoretical Foundation for New Research on Books and Knowledge Environments.” The Computer and Canadian Scholarship: Recent Trends in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Ed. John Bonnet and Kevin Kee. Spec. issue of Digital Studies / Le champ numérique 1.2 (2009): n.p. http://www.digitalstudies.org/ojs/index.php/digital_studies/article/view/177/220
  15. Sinclair, Stéfan, and Geoffrey Rockwell. “Between Language and Literature: Digital Text Exploration.” Teaching Literature and Language Online. Ed. Ian Lancashire. New York: MLA, 2009. 104-17.
  16. Vandendorpe, Christian. “La lecture en éclats.” Argument 11.1 (2008-09): 30-39. http://www.lettres.uottawa.ca/professeurs/vanden/arguments.html
  17. Warwick, Claire. Rev. of From Papyrus to Hypertext: Towards the Universal Digital Library, by Christian Vandendorpe. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 60.9 (2009): 1947-48. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asi.21113/full
  18. Warwick, Claire, Isabel Galina, Jon Rimmer, Melissa Terras, Ann Blandford, Jeremy Gow, and George Buchanan. “Documentation and the Users of Digital Resources in the Humanities.” Journal of Documentation 65.1 (2009): 33-57. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=1766882&show=abstract
  19. Warwick, Claire, Jon Rimmer, Jeremy Gow, and George Buchanan. “Cognitive Economy and Satisficing in Information Seeking: A Longitudinal Study of Undergraduate Information Behaviour.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 60.12 (2009): 2402-15. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asi.21179/pdf
  20. Warwick, Claire, Melissa Terras, Claire Fisher, Mark Baker, Emma O’Riordan, Matthew Grove, Mike Fulford, Amanda Clarke, and Mike Rains. “iTrench: A Study of User Reactions to the Use of Information Technology in Field Archaeology.” Literary & Linguistic Computing 24.2 (2009): 211-24. http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/content/24/2/211.short
  21. Siemens, Ray. “Playing ‘Shame’: One Technique for Introducing Text Analysis to the Literary Studies Classroom.” The Spaces and Places of Technology. Ed. Maximiliaan Van Woudenberg. Spec. issue of Computing in the Humanities Working Papers A.51 ([2009 for] 2004): n.p. U Toronto. http://projects.chass.utoronto.ca/chwp/CHC2004/siemens/

     iii. Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Brown, Susan, Stéfan Sinclair, Stan Ruecker, Milena Radzikowska, Matt Patey, Jeffrey Antoniuk, Sharon Farnel, and Isobel Grundy. “Visualizing Varieties of Assn. in Orlando.” Journal of the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science 1.1 (2009): n.p. https://letterpress.uchicago.edu/index.php/jdhcs/article/view/7
  2. Mehta, Paras, Amy Stafford, Matthew Bouchard, Stan Ruecker, Karl Anvik, Ximena Rossello, and Ali Shiri. “Four Ways of Making Sense: Designing and Implementing Searchling, a Visual Thesaurus-Enhanced Interface for Multilingual Digital Libraries.” Journal of the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science 1.1 (2009): n.p. https://letterpress.uchicago.edu/index.php/jdhcs/article/view/10
  3. Roberts-Smith, Jennifer, Sandra Gabriele, Stan Ruecker, Stéfan Sinclair, Matt Bouchard, Shawn DeSouza-Coelho, Diane Jakacki, Annemarie Akong, David Lam, and Omar Rodriguez. “The Text and the Line of Action: Re-conceiving Watching the Script.” Proceedings of INKE 2009. U Victoria, October 2009. N.p. http://journals.uvic.ca/index.php/INKE/article/view/170
  4. Ruecker, Stan, Geoffrey Rockwell, Milena Radzikowska, Stéfan Sinclair, Christian Vandendorpe, Ray Siemens, Teresa M. Dobson, Lindsay Doll, Mark Bieber, Michael Eberle-Sinatra, Shannon Lucky, and the INKE Research Group. “Drilling for Papers in INKE.” Proceedings of INKE 2009. U Victoria, October 2009. N. p. http://journals.uvic.ca/index.php/INKE/article/view/165
  5. Siemens, Lynne, Wendy Duff, Richard Cunningham, and Claire Warwick.  “‘Able To Develop Much Larger and More Ambitious Projects’: An Exploration of Digital Projects Teams.” Proceedings of DigCCurr 2009: Digital Curation: Practice, Promise and Prospects, Apr. 2009. Ed. Helen R. Tibbo, Carolyn Hank, and Christopher A. Lee. Chapel Hill: U North Carolina, 2009. N.p. http://stores.lulu.com/DigCCurr2009
  6. Siemens, Lynne, Wendy Duff, Claire Warwick, and Richard Cunningham. “‘It Challenges Members to Think of Their Work Through Another Kind of Specialist’s Eyes’: Exploration of the Benefits and Challenges of Diversity in Digital Project Teams.” Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology46.1 (2009): 1-14. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/meet.2009.1450460223/abstract
  7. Siemens, Lynne, Claire Warwick, Wendy Duff, and Richard Cunningham. “Building Strong E-book Project Teams: Processes to Maximize Success while Drawing on Essential Academic Disciplinary Expertise.” Proceedings of BooksOnline at the 13th European Conference on Digital Libraries. Corfu, October 2009. N.p. http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/cambridge/events/booksonline09/papers/p5.pdf
  8. Siemens, Ray, Richard Cunningham, Alan Galey, Stan Ruecker, Lynne Siemens, Claire Warwick, and the INKE Research Group. “Implementing New Knowledge Environments: Laying Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age.” Proceedings of BooksOnline at the 13th European Conference on Digital Libraries. Corfu, October 2009. N.p. http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/cambridge/events/booksonline09/papers/p6.pdf
  9. Siemens, Ray, Richard Cunningham, Alan Galey, Stan Ruecker, Lynne Siemens, Claire Warwick, Teresa M. Dobson, and the INKE Research Group. “Implementing New Knowledge Environments: Year 1 Research Foundations.” Proceedings of INKE 2009. U Victoria, October 2009. N.p. http://journals.uvic.ca/index.php/INKE/article/view/168
  10. Song, Min, Paul Youngman, and Stan Ruecker. “Indications of Emotional Connection: Epistolary Text Mining for Intimate Language.” Proceedings of BooksOnline at the 13th European Conference on Digital Libraries. Corfu, October 2009. N.p. http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/cambridge/events/booksonline09/papers/p3.pdf

Presentations

     i. Invited Presentations

  1. Arazy, Ofer, Stan Ruecker, and Esther Brainin. “The Monologue of the Group: Wiki Affordances and Organizational Work.” CORS/INFORM International Meeting. Westin Harbour Castle Hotel, Toronto, ON. June 2009.
  2. Dobson, Teresa M., and the INKE Research Group. “The Role of Multimedia Literature in Critical Literacy and Literary Education.” Humanities Computing Research Colloquium. U Alberta, Edmonton. September 2009.
  3. Galey, Alan. “Look Not on His Picture: Shakespeare Quartos and Folios as Photographic Subjects.” Booking Shakespeare. Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting. Renaissance Hotel, Washington. April 2009.
  4. Galey, Alan. “Mechanick Exercises: Shakespeare Editing and Born-Digital Texts.” New Directions in Editing: Papers in Honor of Barbara Mowat. Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C. May 2009.
  5. Galey, Alan. “The Sense of Reckoning: Quantification versus Materiality in Digital Shakespeare Studies.” The Future of Shakespeare’s Text(s). Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities, Loyola U, Chicago. October 2009.
  6. Galey, Alan. “Shakespeare and the Prehistory of Digitization.” Northwestern U, Evanston. February 2009.
  7. Galey, Alan, Richard Cunningham, and the INKE Research Group. “The Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) Project: from histoire du livre to nouvelles textualités.” Histoires et Archives, arts et littératures hypermédiatiques. Coeur des sciences, Montreal. May 2009.
  8. Galey, Alan, Richard Cunningham, Brent Nelson, Ray Siemens, Paul Werstine, and the INKE Research Group. “Beyond Remediation: The Role of Textual Studies in Implementing New Knowledge Environments.” INKE 2009. U Victoria. October 2009.
  9. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Humanities, Computing and Digital Arts: At the Intersection of Interactive Practice.” Peking/York Symposium on Interdisciplinarity, Art and Technology. York U, Toronto, ON. October 2009.
  10. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Reinventing Wheels: Canadian Text Tool Projects.” Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing. U Birmingham, Birmingham. September 2009.
  11. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “The Sparrow Flies Swiftly Through: From Humanities Computing to the Digital Humanities.” Information Processing Society of Japan Symposium. Kyoto. December 2009. Keynote address.
  12. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “The TAPoR Project.” Digital Humanities Observatory, Dublin. February 2009.
  13. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Thing Theory: Model Infrastructure in the Humanities.” World Social Science Forum. Bergen. May 2009.
  14. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Ubiquitous Analytics.” Technology Week. U Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. October 2009. Keynote address.
  15. Rockwell, Geoffrey, and Kevin Kee. “The Leisure of Serious Games.” Immersive WorldsConference. Brock U, St. Catherine’s, ON. June 2009. Keynote address.
  16. Rockwell, Geoffrey, and Alexandre Sevigny. “The Extraordinary Effectiveness of Words.” American Association of Corpus Linguistics Conference. U Alberta, Edmonton. October 2009. Keynote address.
  17. Ruecker, Stan, and the INKE Research Team. “Horizons of the Digital Humanities: Experimental Interface Design and the INKE Project.” Digital Humanities 101. U North Carolina, Charlotte. October 2009.
  18. Siemens, Lynne. “Getting on the Same Page: Challenges of Interdisciplinarity.” New Pathways: Exploring Digital Technologies. Guelph U, Guelph. December 2009.
  19. Siemens, Lynne. “Who is on the Team and What Positions Do They Play? Planning Activities and Coordinating Large Digital Projects.” New Pathways: Exploring Digital Technologies. Guelph U, Guelph, ON. December 2009.
  20. Siemens, Ray. “Advancing Research in Online Reading Environments, with an Eye to Practical Application: Synergies-related Research in the UVic Electronic Textual Cultures Lab.” Public Knowledge Project Scholarly Publishing Conference. Simon Fraser U, Vancouver. July 2009.
  21. Siemens, Ray. “Approaching the E-book, in Context: Impacts and Implementations of New Knowledge Environments.” New Pathways: Exploring Digital Technologies Conference. Guelph U, Guelph, ON. December 2009.
  22. Siemens, Ray. “Computation and the History of the Future of the Book.” SHARCNET Research Day. U Waterloo, Waterloo. May 2009. Keynote address.
  23. Siemens, Ray. “Contexts for Electronic Scholarly Editing, with Examples from the Devonshire Manuscript (BL Add Ms 17492).” Digital Editing Colloquium. Sheffield Hallam U, Sheffield. October 2009.
  24. Siemens, Ray. “Cultures Separated by a Common Language? Homography / Homophony and Collaborative Understanding, in Discipline and Context.” International Research Collaborations: Strengthening Quality, Connections and Impacts. Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Carleton U, Ottawa. May 2009.
  25. Siemens, Ray. “Imagining a History for the Future of the Book.” London Seminar in Digital Text and Scholarship. King’s C, London. October 2009.
  26. Siemens, Ray. “Implementing New Knowledge Machines: A Digital Humanities Perspective.” BCNet Conference. Simon Fraser U, Vancouver. April 2009.
  27. Siemens, Ray. “Miscellaneous Reading and Writing: Modeling Content and Process in the Devonshire MS (BL Add Ms 17492).” New Pathways: Exploring Digital Technologies Conference. Guelph U, Guelph, ON. December 2009.
  28. Siemens, Ray. “Modeling ‘Reading’ Content and Process in the Devonshire Manuscript.” Arts in Academics Award Ceremony. U Waterloo, Waterloo. September 2009. Opening address.
  29. Siemens, Ray. “(Research Foundations for) Understanding Impacts and Implementations of New Knowledge Environments.” Public Knowledge Project Scholarly Publishing Conference. Simon Fraser U, Vancouver. July 2009.
  30. Siemens, Ray. “Research Foundations Toward a Future for the History of the Book.” Faculty of Humanities Annual Award for Research Excellence Ceremony. U Victoria. November 2009.
  31. Siemens, Ray. “Toward a Future of the History of the Book? (The INKE Project: Implementing New Knowledge Machines).” U Waterloo, Waterloo. September 2009.
  32. Siemens, Ray. “Toward Understanding a Future for the <Digital> Humanities.” Farleigh Dickinson U, Vancouver. March 2009.
  33. Siemens, Ray. “Understanding and Implementing New Knowledge Machines in an Appropriate Infrastructural Context: A Discussion of the INKE Project.” Enjeux des infrastructures numeriques: rencontre Europe/Amerique du Nord. Adnois Group, Paris. September 2009.
  34. Sinclair, Stéfan. “Web-based HPC: Oil and Water?” SHARCNET Research Day. U Waterloo, Waterloo. May 2009.
  35. Warwick, Claire. “Codex 2.0. Digital Humanities and the Future of Reading.” Memornet. U Tampere, Tampere. August 2009. Keynote lecture.
  36. Warwick, Claire. “Digital Resources in the Humanities and their users.” Diversité des pratiques documentaires numériques dans les champs scientifiques. ENSSIB, Villeurbanne. July 2009.
  37. Warwick, Claire. “Taking the Human out of Humanities? Digital Resources and Humanities Users.” Memornet. U Tempere, Tampere. August 2009. Keynote lecture.

     ii. Refereed Conference Presentations

Presented at the annual Digital Humanities conference (DH2009). U Maryland, College Park. June 2009.

  1. Cunningham, Richard, and Alan Galey. “D.F. McKenzie’s ‘text’ and New Knowledge Environments.”
  2. Organisciak, Peter, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, and Susan Brown. “Mashing Texts: Supporting Collections-level Text Analysis.”
  3. Rockwell, Geoffrey, and Shawn Day. “Burying Dead Projects: Depositing the Globalization Compendium.”
  4. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Stan Ruecker, Peter Organisciak, and Stéfan Sinclair. “Ubiquitous Text Analysis.”
  5. Rockwell, Geoffrey, and Stéfan Sinclair. “Animating the Knowledge Ratio.”
  6. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Stéfan Sinclair, and Stephen Downie. “T-Rex: A Text Analysis Research Evaluation eXchange.”
  7. Ruecker, Stan, and Alan Galey. “Design as a Hermeneutic Process.”
  8. Sinclair, Stéfan. “TADA Research Evaluation Exchange: Winning 2008 Submissions.”
  9. Vandendorpe, Christian. “The History and Future of Reading.”

Presented at the annual Society for Digital Humanities/ La société pour l’étude des médias interactifs (SDH/SEMI) conference. Carleton U, Ottawa. May 2009.

  1. Brown, Susan, Blair Nonnecke, Stan Ruecker, and Claire Warwick. “Studying Orlando’s Interfaces.”
  2. Cunningham, Richard, and Alan Galey. “Textual Studies and New Knowledge Environments.”
  3. Cunningham, Richard, Lynne Siemens, Wendy Duff, and Claire Warwick. “‘More Minds are Brought to Bear on a Problem’: Methods of Interaction and Collaboration within Digital Humanities Research Teams.”
  4. Galey, Alan. “Digital Humanities and Other Humanities.” Presented in the roundtable “Graduate Education in the Digital Humanities.”
  5. Giacometti, Alejandro, Mariana Paredes Olea, and Stan Ruecker. “Tell Me What Those Blogs are About: Comparing Corpus-based Automatic Keyword Generation for Blog Posts with Folksonomic Tagging.”
  6. Giacometti, Alejandro, John Simpson, Chris Lepine, and Stan Ruecker. “Online Social Networking for Pre-existing Groups: the Scouts Canada CampSite Project.”
  7. Michura, Piotr, Stan Ruecker, Carlos Fiorentino, and Milena Radzikowska. “Text as Image: Visualization Components of Text Analysis Tools.”
  8. Organisciak, Peter, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, and Susan Brown. “A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities.”
  9. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Michael Eberle-Sinatra, and Lynne Siemens. “The Academic Capacity of Humanities Computing in Canada.”
  10. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Stan Ruecker, Stéfan Sinclair, Susan Brown, and Peter Organisciak. “Mashing Texts: Exploring New Possibilities in Rapid Research Document Management.”
  11. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Stéfan Sinclair, Stan Ruecker, Peter Organisciak, and Susan Brown. “Mashing Texts: Exploring New Possibilities in Rapid Research Document Management.”
  12. Ruecker, Stan, Geoffrey Rockwell, Peter Organisciak, Jean-Guy Meunier, Ray Siemens, Michael Eberle-Sinatra, Alan Galey, and Aimee Morrison. “Graduate Education in the Digital Humanities.”
  13. Siemens, Ray, and Brett Hirsch. “Renaissance English Knowledgebase (REKn) and Professional Reading Environment (PReE), Past, Present, Future: A Study in Academic Process.”
  14. Sinclair, Stéfan, and Geoffrey Rockwell. “Hermeneuti.ca: The Dialogue between Tools and Interpretation.”
  15. Uszkalo, Kirsten C., and Stan Ruecker. “Conjuring and Transmogrifying: A Review of Two Digital Tools in the Context of Studying Early Modern Witchcraft Trials.”
  16. Warwick, Claire, Richard Cunningham, Teresa M. Dobson, Alan Galey, Ray Siemens, Stan Ruecker, and the INKE Research Group. “Implementing the New Knowledge Environment.”

Presented at the annual Implementing New Knowledge Environments conference (INKE 2009). U Victoria, Victoria, BC. October 2009.

  1. Galey, Alan, Richard Cunningham, Brent Nelson, Ray Siemens, Paul Werstine, and the INKE Research Group. “Beyond Remediation: The Role of Textual Studies in Implementing New Knowledge Environments.”
  2. Ruecker, Stan, Geoffrey Rockwell, Milena Radzikowska, Stéfan Sinclair, Christian Vandendorpe, Ray Siemens, Teresa M. Dobson, Lindsay Doll, Mark Bieber, Michael Eberle-Sinatra, and the INKE Research Group. “Drilling for Papers in INKE.”
  3. Siemens, Ray. “Implementing New Knowledge Environments: Year 1 Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age.”

Other

  1. Cunningham, Richard, and Alan Galey. “The Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) Project: From histoire du livre to nouvelles textualités.” Histoires et Archives, arts et littératures hypermédiatiques. Québec U, Montreal. May 2009.
  2. Cunningham, Richard, Lynne Siemens, Wendy Duff, and Claire Warwick. “Training Collaborative Scholars: Creating Space for Learning through Student Involvement In Research Teams.” Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education. Carleton U, Ottawa. May 2009.
  3. Fisher, Claire, Claire Warwick, and Melissa Terras. “Integrating New Technologies into Established Systems: a case study from Roman Silchester.” Computer Applications in Archaeology: Making History Interactive. Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Williamsburg. March 2009.
  4. Galey, Alan. “Reading the Book of Mozilla: Web Browsers and the Materiality of Digital Texts.” SHARP Conference. U Toronto, Toronto. June 2009.
  5. Nelson, Brent. “The Digital Ark: Rediscovering the Early Modern Database.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. Hyatt Regency Century Plaza, Los Angeles. March 2009.
  6. Nelson, Brent. “Radiant Donne: A Case for the Electronic Text.” Annual Conference of the John Donne Society. Louisiana State U, Baton Rouge. February 2009.
  7. Siemens, Ray. “How Do I Know What to Trust <professionally> in the Electronic Medium?: A Group Response to the BooksOnline 2009 Workshop.” BooksOnline 2009. European Conference on Digital Libraries. Corfu Holiday Palace, Corfu. October 2009.
  8. Siemens, Ray. “Implementing New Knowledge Environments: Laying Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age.” BooksOnline 2009. European Confrence on Digital Libraries. Corfu Holiday Palace, Corfu. October 2009.
  9. Siemens, Ray. “Visualizing Scribal Interactions: Further Work Toward a Digital Humanities Analysis in the Devonshire MS (BL Add. MS. 17492).” Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. U California, Los Angeles. March 2009.
  10. Uszkalo, Kristen C. “With His Tongue: Searching for Malefic Sexuality.” Canadian Renaissance Society Conference. Carleton U, Ottawa. May 2009.

Conference and Conference Organization

     i. Dedicated Conferences

  1. Siemens, Ray, org. INKE 2009. U Victoria, Victoria, BC. October 2009.
  2. Siemens, Ray, Lisa Hopkins, and David Shepherd, org. Models of Partnership in Digital Research. Sheffield Hallam U and U Sheffield Humanities Research Institute, Sheffield. October 2009.
  3. Siemens, Ray, Microsoft Research, and European Consortium for Digital Libraries. BooksOnline 2009. European Conference on Digital Libraries. Corfu Holiday Palace, Corfu. October 2009. Workshop.

     ii. Conference Panels

  1. Siemens, Ray. “Implementing the New Knowledge Environment.” SDH/SEMI Conference. Carleton U, Ottawa. May 2009.

2008

Publications

     i. Books, Software, and Platforms

  1. Galey, Alan, and Ray Siemens, eds. Reinventing Digital Shakespeare. Spec. issue of Shakespeare: The Journal of the British Shakespeare Association 4.3 (2008): n.p. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17450910802295062
  2. Nelson, Brent, ed. Reassembling the Disassembled Book. Spec. issue of Computing in the Humanities Working Papers A.41-46 (2008): n.p. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/chwp/CHC2007/
  3. Rockwell, Geoffrey. TAPor Portal. McMaster U, 2003-08. http://portal.tapor.ca

     ii. Chapters in Books and Refereed Journal Articles

  1. Cunningham, Richard. “Coincidental Technologies: Moving Parts in Early Modern Books and in Early Hypertext.” Renaissance Studies and New Technology: A Collection. Ed. William R. Bowen and Ray Siemens. Toronto and Tempe: Iter and the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2008. 300-20.
  2. Cunningham, Richard. “dis-Covering the Early Modern Book: An Experiment in Humanities Computing.” Computing in the Humanities Working Papers A.48 (2008): n.p. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/chwp/CHC2007/Cunningham/Cunningham.htm
  3. Cunningham, Richard, David Duke, John Eustace, Anna Galway, and Erin Patterson. “Developing the Humanities Hypermedia Centre @ Acadia University: An Invitation to Think about Higher Education.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 2.1 (2008): n.p. http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/002/1/000016.html
  4. Jeay, Madeleine and Stéfan Sinclair. “L’exploitation des bases de données en littérature : l’approche de PBLit.” Por s’onor croistre: Melanges de langue et de litterature. Ed. Yvan G. Lepage, and Christian Milat. Ottawa: Éditions David, 2008. 443-55.
  5. Nadasdi, Terry, and Stéfan Sinclair. “LePatron: correcteur pédagogique pour le Français Langue Étrangère.” TICE et didactique des langues étrangères et maternelles: la problématique des aides à l’apprentissage. Ed. Anne-Laure Foucher. Clermont Ferrand: P U Blaise Pascal, 2008. 419-28. http://bonpatron.com/Resources/Docs/Tidilem-actes4.pdf
  6. Ruecker, Stan. “Rich-prospect Browsing Interfaces.” Encyclopedia of Multimedia Technology and Networking. Ed. Margherita Pagani. 2nd ed. London: Idea Group Intl., 2008. 1240-48.
  7. Siemens, Ray, and Cara Leitch. “Editing the Early Modern Miscellany: Modelling and Knowledge [Re]Presentation as a Context for the Contemporary Editor.” New Ways of Looking at Old Texts IV: Papers from the Renaissance English Text Society, 2002-2006. Ed. Michael Denbo. Tempe: Renaissance English Text Society, 2008.
  8. Stafford, Amy, Ali Shiri, Stan Ruecker, Matthew Bouchard, Paras Mehta, Karl Anvik, and Ximena Rossello. “Searchling: User-Centered Evaluation of a Visual Thesaurus-Enhanced Interface for Multilingual Digital Libraries.” Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries. Heidelberg: Springer Berlin, 2008. 117-21. http://www.ualberta.ca/~sruecker/links/Stafford_Searchling_2008.pdf
  9. Vandendorpe, Christian. “Le livre et la lecture dans l’univers numérique.” La bataille de l’imprimé à l’ère du papier électronique. Ed. Éric Le Ray et Jean-Paul Lafrance. Montreal: PUM, 2008. 191-209.
  10. Vandendorpe, Christian. “Le phénomène Wikipédia : une utopie en marche.” Le Débat 148 (2008): 17-40. http://www.lettres.uottawa.ca/professeurs/vanden/wikipedia.html

      iii. Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Ruecker, Stan, Milena Radzikowska, Piotr Michura, Carlos Fiorentino, and Tanya Clement. “Visualizing Repetition in Text.” Reassembling the Disassembled Book: A symposium of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Saskatchewan, May 29 2007. Ed. Brent Nelson. Spec. issue of Computing in the Humanities Working Papers A.46 (2008): n.p. http://projects.chass.utoronto.ca/chwp/CHC2007/Ruecker_etal/Ruecker_etal.htm
  2. Siemens, Ray, Claire Warwick, Richard Cunningham, Teresa M. Dobson, Alan Galey, Stan Ruecker, and Susan Schreibman. “Codex Redux: Books and New Knowledge Environments.” Proceedings of the 2008 ACM Workshop on Research Advances in Large Digital Book Repositories. Conference on Information and Knowledge Management. Napa Valley: ACM, 2008. 29-32. http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1458422

    Presentations

     ii. Invited Presentations

  1. Cunningham, Richard. “dis-Covering Early Modern Books: A Foray into E-Bibliography.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. Renaissance Chicago Hotel, Chicago. April 2008.
  2. Cunningham, Richard, and Harvey Quamen. “Fine-tuning a Digital Edition.” Canadian Association for the Study of Text Analysis Conference. U Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. October 2008.
  3. Galey, Alan. “Between the History and Future of the Book: Interface and the Stakes of Design.” Digital Humanities Lecture Series. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, Texas A&M U, College Station. October 2008.
  4. Galey, Alan. “Turning the Page: Databases, Narratives, and Road Songs – A Response to REED [the Records of Early English Drama project].” Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. Renaissance Chicago Hotel, Chicago. April 2008.
  5. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Cyberinfrastructure in the Humanities: Back to Supercomputing.” Guess Who’s Coming to Cyberinfrastructure. ORION and CANARIE Conference. Toronto. November 2008.
  6. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Cyberinfrastructure: Reflections from TAPoR to Tools.” Canadian Research Knowledge Network Annual Meeting. Hyatt Regency, Montreal. September 2008.
  7. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “High Performance Computing and the Digital Humanities: The TAPoR Experience.” Department of Computer Science, U Alberta, Edmonton. March 2008.
  8. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Just In Time Research (JiTR): Supporting Experimental Text Analysis.” New Directions in Text Analysis Conference. U Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. October 2008.
  9. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Scholarship in the Age of Mass Digitization.” New Horizons in Teaching and ResearchConference. U Virginia, Charlottesville. May 2008.
  10. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “Tools Across the Lifecycle of Research: Reflections on an Experiment.” Digital Humanities Summer Institute. U Victoria. May 2008.
  11. Siemens, Ray. “Are We Really ‘Imagining What We Do Not Know’?: Understanding E-book Reading Devices in their Physical, Theoretical and Historical Contexts.” Department of Computer Science, U Victoria. January 2008.
  12. Siemens, Ray. “Converging Knowledge Domains and the Study of the Electronic ‘Book.’” Transliteracies Paradigms Lecture Series. U California, Santa Barbara. February 2008.
  13. Siemens, Ray. “A Digital Humanities Approach to Understanding the Electronic ‘Book.’” Readex Digital Institute, Chester. October 2008.
  14. Siemens, Ray. “E-Book Research and the Humanities: A Digital Humanities Approach to Understanding the Electronic ‘Book’.” U Toronto, Toronto. October 2008.
  15. Siemens, Ray. “A Future for the Humanities: Toward Understanding Emerging Computational Needs.” CANARIE Users’ Forum. Montreal. November 2008.
  16. Siemens, Ray. “Generating Topic-Specific, Individual Knowledge-bases from Internet Resources: REKn / PReE Crawler for Professional Reading Environments.” Canadian Symposium on Text Analysis. U Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. October 2008.
  17. Siemens, Ray. “The History of the Future of the Book. <An ‘Early Modernist’ Viewpoint>.” Digital Initiatives in Early Modern English Literature. Association for Computers and the Humanities. MLA Convention. December 2008.
  18. Siemens, Ray. “Imagining the Electronic ‘Book’: An Exercise in Interdisciplinarity.” Digital Humanities Lecture Series. Texas A&M U, College Station. February 2008.
  19. Siemens, Ray. “An Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding the Electronic ‘Book’.” Center for Research in Engineering, Media, and Performance, the Experiential Technologies Center, and the Center for Digital Humanities, U California, Los Angeles. February 2008.
  20. Siemens, Ray. “(Journal) Publication in the Digital Humanities?” Canadian Symposium on Text Analysis. U Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. October 2008.
  21. Siemens, Ray. “The Pragmatics of the Digital Humanities, Institutional and Otherwise.” Center for Digital Humanities, U California, Los Angeles. February 2008.
  22. Siemens, Ray. “A Problem ‘Finding’ the Humanities? Understanding the Electronic ‘Book’ in an Interdisciplinary Context.” ADFL 2008 Seminar West. Stanford U, Paolo Alto. June 2008. Keynote address.
  23. Siemens, Ray. “Textual Studies as a Foundation to Understanding the Electronic ‘Book’ in an Interdisciplinary Context.” Bibliographic Society of Canada Annual Meeting. U British Columbia, Vancouver. June 2008. Keynote address.
  24. Siemens, Ray. “Theories and Pragmatic Foundations of the Electronic Book: A Digital Humanities Perspective.” Digital Humanities Observatory, Dublin. November 2008.
  25. Siemens, Ray, Cara Leitch, and Johanne Paquette. “Variants, Visualization, and Analysis in the Devonshire MS (BL Add. MS. 17492).” Digital Technology and Manuscript Study. The Renaissance English Text Society. Josephine A. Roberts Forum. MLA Convention. Hilton San Francisco, San Francisco. December 2008.
  26. Siemens, Ray, and Johanne Paquette. “Drawing Networks in the Devonshire MS (BL Add 17492).” UCSB Early Modern Center, U California, Santa Barbara. February 2008.

     iii. Refereed Conference Presentations

Presented at the annual Digital Humanities conference (DH2008). U Oulu, Oulu. June 2008.

  1. Ramsey, Stephen, Stéfan Sinclair, John Unsworth, Milena Radzikowska, and Stan Ruecker. “Designing, Coding, and Playing with Fire: Innovations in Interdisciplinary Research Project Management.”
  2. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Willard McCarty, and Eleni Pantou-Kikkou. “A Carnival of Words: The Dictionary of Words in the Wild and Public Textuality.”
  3. Ruecker, Stan, Milena Radzikowska, and Stéfan Sinclair. “Hackfests, Designfests, and Writingfests: The Role of Intense Periods of Face-to-Face Collaboration in International Research Teams.”
  4. Siemens, Ray. “A New Context for the Electronic Book.” Presented in the panel “The Building Blocks of the New Electronic Book.”
  5.  Siemens, Ray, and James Dixon. “Social Networking and Online Collaborative Research with REKn and PReE.”
  6. Siemens, Ray, and Cara Leitch. “Digital Humanities ‘Readership’ and the Public Knowledge Project.”
  7. Sinclair, Stéfan, Matt Jockers, Susan Schreibman, Patrick Juola, David Hoover, Jean-Guy Meunier, and Dominic Forest. “Text Analysis Developers’ Alliance (TADA) and T-REX.”
  8. Sinclair, Stéfan, Stan Ruecker, and John Unsworth. “Hackey: A Rapid Online Prototyping Game for Designers and Programmers.”
  9. Uszkalo, Kirsten C., and Stan Ruecker. “A Book is not a Display: A Theoretical Evolution of the E-Book Reader.” Presented in the panel “The Building Blocks of the New Electronic Book.”

Presented at the annual Canadian Society for Digital Humanities/ La société pour l’étude des médias interactifs (CSDH/SEMI) conference. U British Columbia, Vancouver. June 2008.

  1. Brown, Susan, Patricia Clements, Isobel Grundy, Stan Ruecker, Jeffery Antoniuk, Sharon Balazs, Stéfan Sinclair, and Matt Patey. “Thinking Beyond the Text: Using the Mandala Browser to Explore Orlando.”
  2. Cunningham, Richard, and Harvey Quamen. “Rendering Printed Marginalia: A PHP-Driven Solution.”
  3. Galey, Alan. “Mobilizing Mutability: What Renaissance Texts Can Teach Us About Interface Design.”
  4. Moore, Christopher H., Alan Galey, and Stan Ruecker. “Registers of Usage: Results from Usability Testing of the Electronic New Variorum Shakespeare.”
  5. Moore, Christopher H., Alan Galey, and Stan Ruecker. “‘To the Great Variety of Readers’: A Usability Study of the Electronic New Variorum Shakespeare.”
  6. Nelson, Brent. “The Early Modern Database.”
  7. Rockwell, Geoffrey. “TAPoR: Beyond publishing infrastructure to analytical infrastructure.” Presented in the panel “Building Cyberinfrastructure for the Humanities.”
  8. Rockwell, Geoffrey, and Hugh Couchman. “A Big Bridge: High Performance Computing and the Humanities.” Presented in the panel “New Directions.”
  9. Ruecker, Stan, Ray Siemens, Geoffrey Rockwell, and Harvey Quamen. “Into Something Rich and Strange: The Digital Humanities in the Humanities.”
  10. Siemens, Ray. “Consolidated Knowledge-bases and the Promise of Text Analysis in the Short Term, and Beyond: TAPoR, Synergies, CRKN.”
  11. Siemens, Ray. “There’s No Place Like ['Home']: Digital Facilitation of a SSHRC Strategic Research Cluster Development Team for ‘Implementing the New Knowledge Machine: Human Computer Interaction and the Electronic “Book.”‘”
  12. Siemens, Ray. “Social Networking and Online Collaborative Research with REKn and PReE.”
  13. Siemens, Ray, and Gels Saby. “Interface Design Principles for a Professional Reading Environment (PReE).”
  14. Sinclair, Stéfan, Andrew Macdonald, Matthew Bouchard, Mike Plouffe, Alejandro Giacometti, Amit Kumar, Milena Radzikowska, Stan Ruecker, Piotr Michura, Carlos Fiorentino, Matthew Kirschenbaum, and Catherine Plaisant. “Late Nights at the Scriptorium: Interim Results from the Interface Cell of the MONK Project.”
  15. Vandendorpe, Christian. “Do Androids Ever Dream of a Book?”

Presented at the Digital Humanities and Computer Science Colloquium. U Chicago, Chicago. November 2008.

  1. Brown, Susan, Jeffery Antoniuk, Sharon Farnel, Isobel Grundy, Stan Ruecker, Matt Patey, Stéfan Sinclair, and Milena Radzikowska. “Making Sense of Literary History: The Dense Associative Web of Orlando.”
  2. MacDonald, Andrew, Amit Kumar, Matt Bouchard, Alejandro Giacometti, Matt Patey, Milena Radzikowska, Piotr Michura, Carlos Fiorentino, Stan Ruecker, Catherine Plaisant, and Stéfan Sinclair. “Dozens of Little Radio Stations: Getting Technologies Talking in the MONK Workbench.”
  3. Ruecker, Stan, Carlos Fiorentino, Cristina Arias, Matt Bouchard, Veselin Ganev, Ofer Arazy, and Eleni Stroulia. “Visualizing Relative Wiki Contributions.”
  4. Stafford, Amy, Ali Shiri, Stan Ruecker, Matthew Bouchard, Paras Mehta, Karl Anvik, and Ximena Rossello. “Making Sense of Interface Design: Implementing Searchling, a Visual Thesaurus-Enhanced Interface for Multilingual Digital Libraries.”

Other

  1.  Brown, Susan, Patricia Clements, Isobel Grundy, Stan Ruecker, Jeffrey Antoniuk, and Sharon Balasz. “Teaching Texts Anew: Orlando’s Digital Literary History.” SHARP Conference. Oxford U, Oxford. June 2008.
  2. Galey, Alan. “Shakespearean Textual Studies and the Romance of Code.” International Congress on Medieval Studies. Western Michigan U, Kalamazoo. May 2008.
  3. Galey, Alan. “The Variorum and Its Others: Editing Renaissance Literature at the Limits of Encyclopedism.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. Renaissance Chicago Hotel, Chicago. April 2008.
  4. Giacometti, Alejandro, Stan Ruecker, Ian Craig, Gerry Derksen, and Milena Radzikowska. “Introducing the Ripper Interface for Text Collections.” Canadian Symposium on Text Analysis. U Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. October 2008.
  5. Paredes-Olea, Mariana, Stan Ruecker, Carlos Fiorentino, and Fraser Forbes. “Using an Affordance Strength Approach to Study the Possible Redeployment of Designs for Decision Support Visualization.” Advances in Qualitative Methods Conference. Banff Centre, Banff, AB. October 2008.
  6. Rodgers, Johnny, Stéfan Sinclair, and Shawn Day. “Digital Texts 2.0: Towards Social Networking of Texts.” Canadian Symposium in Text Analysis.U Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. October 2008.
  7. Ruecker, Stan, and Milena Radzikowska. “The Design of a Project Charter for Interdisciplinary Research.” Designing Interactive Systems.Cape Town. February 2008.
  8. Siemens, Ray. “HCI-Book? Electronic ‘Book’ Research as Interdisciplinary Enterprise.” Electronic Textual Research at the U of S Day. U Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. March 2008. Keynote address.
  9. Siemens, Ray. “Inter-discipline and the Study of the Electronic ‘Book.’” Models of Partnership in Digital Research. Sheffield Hallam U and U of Sheffield Humanities Research Institute, Sheffield. June 2008.

Conference and Conference Organization

     i. Dedicated conference

  1. Siemens, Ray, Lisa Hopkins, and David Shepherd, org. Models of Partnership in Digital Research. Sheffield Hallam U and U of Sheffield Humanities Research Institute, Sheffield. June 2008.

     ii. Conference panels and sessions

  1. Galey, Alan, org. “Prehistories of Digital Textual Scholarship.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. Renaissance Chicago Hotel, Chicago. April 2008.
  2. Galey, Alan, and Travis DeCook, org. “Shakespearean Scripture: Biblical Contexts for Reception and Transmission.” Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting. Fairmont Hotel, Dallas. April 2008.
  3. Siemens, Ray, org. “Building Blocks of the New Electronic Book.” DH2008. U Oulu, Oulu. June 2008. Panel.

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