‘Tools for Collaborative Scholarly Editing over the Web’ Public seminar, 24 September, 2009 Room G08, Orchard Learning Resource Centre, Hamilton Drive, Weoley Park Rd, Selly Oak, Birmingham B29 6QW (http://www.library.bham.ac.uk/using/libraries/olrc.shtml)
The Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing, University of Birmingham, with funding from the JISC; The InterEdition project, www.interedition.eu, funded by the European Science Foundation (COST IS0704)
Representatives of projects around the world will give presentations on tools for collaborative scholarly editing over the Web, focussing on three problem areas: intellectual property/scholarly authority; sustainability and interoperability.
9.00 Registration opens
9.30-11.00 Interedition partner projects
Joris van Zundert and Ronald Dekker, Huygens Institute, The Hague: Moving humanities tools towards networked services
Andrea Scotti, Fondazione rinascimento digitale, Florence: Pinakes and after
Dot Porter, Digital Humanities Observatory, Dublin: Text and Image linking
11.30-12.45 National approaches
Roger Osborne, Aus-e-Lit: Collaborative Integration and Annotation Services for Australian Literature Communities; and Steven Hayes, SETIS
Geoffrey Rockwell and Yin Liu, TaPOR/ETRUS: Digital texts in Canada
13.45-15.30 Approaches to universal solutions
Neel Smith, Holycross College: The CITE architecture for identifying and retrieving objects
Julianne Nyhan and Oliver Smidt, TextGrid: TextGrid tools and concepts: present and future
Peter Robinson and Federico Meschini, Birmingham/De Montfort: Texts, text sources and related resources for everyone
16.00-17.00 Project and community based approaches
Tamara Lopez, CeRch/CCH, King's College London: TEXTvre: Expanding Horizons in Collaborative Textual Editing
Karsten Kynde, Kierkegaard Research Centre, Copenhagen: The Kierkegaard edition online.
Attendance (including refreshments and lunch) is free and open to all, but pre-registration is required. Email Richard Goode at email@example.com to register.