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The Book As We Know It

I’ve got a lot of reading to catch up on so I’m creating this list from blog postings I have in my inbox of things I want to read. You might find them interesting too.

Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age…

Table of Contents
Simulating Reading: Digital Research Beyond the Database
Craig Saper
Theoretical Grounding for Computer Assisted Expert Text reading (CASTR)
Jean Guy Meunier, Pierre Poirier, Jean Danis, Nicolas Payette
Implementing New Knowledge Environments: Year 1 Research Foundations
Ray Siemens, Richard Cunningham, Alan Galey, Stan Ruecker, Lynne Siemens, Claire Warwick, Teresa
Dobson, the INKE Research Group
Alternatives to Author-centric Knowledge Organization
Rama C. Hoetzlein
Where’s Walden?: Searching, Googling, Reading, and Living in the Digital Age
Ethan Hawkley
Creating a Virtual Library Classroom Tool for Digital Age Youth
Serina Patterson
Revolutionary reading, evolutionary toolmaking: (Re)development of scholarly reading and annotation tools in response to an ever-changing scholarly climate
James MacGregor, Michael Joyce, Brett Hirsch, Cara Leitch, Ray Siemens, Chia-Ning Chiang, Rick Kopak
The Lemma and Database Design: Redesigning Representative Poetry Online, Lemmatizing Lexicons of Early Modern English, and Envisioning the Lemmatic Web
Marc Plamondon
Sound, Ink, Bytes. Geographical Information through the Centuries
Øyvind Eide
Beyond Remediation: The Role of Textual Studies in Implementing New Knowledge Environments
Alan Galey, Richard Cuningham, Brent Nelson, Ray Siemens, Paul Werstine, the INKE Research Group
Tradition and Transparency: Why Book Design Still Matters in the Digital Age
Jon Bath
Designing Interfaces that Stimulate Ideational Super-fluency
Sharon Oviatt
The Text and the Line of Action: Re-conceiving Watching the Script
Jennifer Roberts-Smith, Sandra Gabriele, Stan Ruecker, Stéfan Sinclair, with Matt Bouchard, Shawn
DeSouza-Coelho Diane Jakacki, Annemarie Kong, David Lam, Omar Rodriguez
‘Mark the Play’: Electronic Editions of Shakespeare and Video Content
Brett Hirsch, Stewart Arneil, Greg Newton
Drilling for Papers in INKE
Stan Ruecker, Geoffrey Rockwell, Milena Radzikowska, Stéfan Sinclair, Christian Vanderthorpe, Ray
Siemens, Teresa Dobson, Lindsay Doll, Mark Bieber, Michael Eberle-Sinatra, Shannon Lucky, the INKE
Research Group
Guessing at the Content of a Million Books
Patrick Juola
Bedfellows in Mass Digital Conversion: Ten Years of Text Creation Partnership(s)
Aaron McCollough
The NT2 Hypermedia Art and Literature Directory: A New Knowledge Environment Devoted to the Valorization of Screen Culture
Bertrand Gervais, the NT2 Laboratory Team
From Writing the Grant to Working the Grant: An Exploration of Processes and Procedures in Transition
Lynne Siemens, the INKE Research Group
INKE Administrative Structure, Omnibus Document
Lynne Siemens, Ray Siemens, Richard Cunningham, Teresa Dobson, Alan Galey, Stan Ruecker, Claire

New Articles of Interest

“It’s the end of the book as we know it….and I feel fine – Scholarly Kitchen

E-Readers and E-books: What Everyone Should Know – Presentation by Paul Gallagher

e-texts and (library) accessibility – info-mational blog

California cafes unplug wi-fi, ban laptops and iPads

The E-Book May Be the New Paperback

Back to School: Do kids learn as well on iPads, ebooks? – USA Today”

Got me some readin’ to do.


Posted on: August 28, 2010, 8:35 am Category: Uncategorized

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  1. Pat Shufeldt said

    Thanks so much for this post. I’ve just finished watching Paul Gallagher’s presentation; found it extremely useful and very timely–well worth the 90 minutes it took to watch it.