Scholars usually have to deal with many different types of documents spread in various stages, especially in the case of big projects. Piles and piles of documents scattered in many folders waiting for tagging, revision, approval or whatever it is that needs to be completed. There are workflow management tools available to help us, but they often are too specialized and somewhat complex to use. So, how can we make them easier and more flexible?
You can read the paper here, or check more information at INKE website: http://inke.ca/2012/07/19/luciano-frizzera-presents-at-digital-humanities-2012/
At Digital Humanities 2012, in Hamburg, Germany, INKE ID team presented the panel “Designing Interactive Reading Environments for the Online Scholarly Edition”. In this panel, members of the Interface Design team of the Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) project presented a set of ideas, designs, and prototypes related to the next generation of the online scholarly edition, by which we mean a primary text and its scholarly apparatus, intended for use by people studying a text.
Geoffrey Rockwell, Stéfan Sinclair, Mihaela Ilovan, Geoff Roeder, and Daniel Sondheim presented a paper entitled “Designing Interactive Reading Environments for the Online Scholarly Edition” at Digital Humanities 2012 at the University of Hamburg in Hamburg, Germany. It was presented on July 20, 2012, and written by Milena Radzikowska, Stan Ruecker, Geoffrey Rockwell, Susan Brown, Luciano Frizzera, and the INKE Research Group.
You can read the abstract here, or check more information at the INKE website: http://inke.ca/2012/07/20/inke-id-presents-a-panel-at-digital-humanities-2012/