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Beyond Infrastructure -- Modelling Scholarly Research and Collaboration

Authors: Schreibman, Susan; Gradmann, Stefan; Hennicke, Steffen; Blanke, Tobias; Chambers, Sally; Dunning, Alastair; Gray, Jonathan; +7 Authors

Beyond Infrastructure -- Modelling Scholarly Research and Collaboration

Abstract

International audience; This paper explores what is needed to foster an acceptance of digital practices in the humanities beyond the creation of pure infrastructure, specifically in terms of understanding and technically modelling traditional scholarly research within a digital medium while enabling new modes of scholarly work that could only be carried out within a digitally-mediated environment.

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[INFO.INFO-CL]Computer Science [cs]/Computation and Language [cs.CL]

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