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Salve, munde!

Gengnagel, Tessa (31 mars 2014)

This blog will provide a dissemination platform for DiXiT, the Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network (see About). From now until August 2017, the blog will give fellows of DiXiT the opportunity to detail the progress of their research projects. Their supervisors may weigh in from time ...

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Elli Bleeker: Mapping invention in writing (ESR 3)

Elli (16 mai 2014)

In the French animation movie Le Tableau (2011), three groups of characters co-exist within the painting of a castle: the Toupins (“tout peints”; completely finished), the Pafinis (“pas finis”; not entirely finished) and the Reufs (who are only roughly sketched). The Toupins rule the castle ...

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DiXiT Convention 2 - "Academia, Cultural Heritage, Society"

Elli (6 avr. 2016)

Design: Tessa Gengnagel Opening words “So, what is the use of your edition? And who actually uses it?” When you ask such questions to scholarly editors, chances are you see them flinch a little, before they set out on a long and enthusiastic exposé about why exactly their material is so ...

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Modeling the digital scholarly edition beyond TEI, pt.1

neuber (28 sept. 2015)

Report of the workshop “TEI and neighboring standards,” with presentations from Stefanie Gehrke, Øyvind Eide and Peter Boot at the first DiXiT convention, 15th September 2015, Huygens ING. By Merisa Martinez and Frederike Neuber. Just in time for the end of the summer, the DiXiT network opened ...

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Anna-Maria Sichani - "Long-term business models in dissemination and publishing of digital editions"

Sichani, Anna-Maria (21 août 2015)

Early days of DiXiT-happiness Hi folks! I am Anna-Maria Sichani, originally from Athens, Greece. I’m currently working as a DiXiT Early Stage Research Fellow (ESR10) at Huygens ING in the Hague, under the supervision of Karina van Dalen-Oskam. My education background: BA and MPhil  in Modern ...

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TCP

turska (2 févr. 2015)

The Text Creation Partnership (TCP) creates standardized, accurate XML/SGML encoded electronic text editions of early printed books. This work, and the resulting text files, are jointly funded and owned by more than 150 libraries worldwide. All of the TCP's work will be released the public domain ...

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Heidi Dowding: Developing a Sustainable Model for Digital Scholarly Edition Publication and Dissemination

Dowding, Heidi Elaine (8 mai 2014)

Hi there, my name is Heidi Dowding and I'm currently working as a DiXiT fellow at Huygens ING in the Hague under the advisory of Karina van Dalen-Oskam. I hold a bachelor’s degree in the History of Art and Visual Culture from Michigan State University and a master’s degree in Library and ...

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Code and Collation: training textual scholars

Spadini, Elena (15 nov. 2016)

Post by Elli Bleeker and Elena Spadini What is collation? What is automated text collation? And how can it advance our research into text and historical documents? These and other questions were at the center of an intensive and productive three-day workshop on semi-automatic collation, which took ...

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Richard Hadden: Digital scholarly editing and mass digitisation

Hadden, Richard (13 mai 2014)

Hi, I’m Richard Hadden (ESR1). I’ve just started my work as a DiXiT fellow at the National University of Ireland Maynooth (NUIM), with Susan Schreibman. I previously studied for an MA in Electronic Communication & Publishing at UCL (London), and a BA in French, Spanish and Italian at Durham ( ...

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Federico Caria: Cultural representation and user requirements (ESR 12)

caria (18 mai 2014)

Hello everybody, I am Federico Caria, from Rome, Italy. I have just started my DiXiT fellow job at the Digilab, University of Rome La Sapienza, under the supervision of Prof. Fabio Ciotti, and will be soon enrolled in a PhD program at the University of Cologne. My background is classical - I have a ...

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