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Author Broudoux, Evelyne
Title Reading and Writing Knowledge in Scientific Communities : Digital Humanities and Knowledge Construction
Imprint Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2017
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Note Cover -- Half-Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword: Reading and Writing in New Systems of Digital Documentality -- 1. Introduction to Scientific Reading and Writing and to Technical Modalities of Augmentation -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. The digital humanities -- 1.2.1. Field of practice -- 1.2.2. A disciplinary movement -- 1.3. Notable features of reading and writing -- 1.3.1. Scientific reading and writing -- 1.3.2. Ecrilecture: a major concept in the digital humanities -- 1.4. Current hypertext technologies -- 1.4.1. From hypertext to the data web -- 1.4.2. Specific elements of scientific augmentation: examples -- 1.5. Conclusion -- 1.6. Bibliography -- 2. Ecrilecture and the Construction of Knowledge within Professional Communities -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. Ecrilecture and research practices: state of the art -- 2.2.1. The act of ecrilecture -- 2.2.2. Writing as a product of ecrilecture -- 2.2.3. Methodological questions and results -- 2.3. Ecrilecture: an informational activity in a professional context -- 2.3.1. An "invisible" informational practice -- 2.3.2. Ecrilecture as support for professional activities -- 2.4. Ecrilecture: production of an augmented document -- 2.4.1. Products of ecrilecture -- 2.4.2. Differences between disciplines and research aims -- 2.5. Ecrilecture: a factor in structuring and constructing knowledge -- 2.6. Conclusion -- 2.7. Bibliography -- 3. "Critical Spaces": A Study of the Necessary Conditions for Scholarly and Multimedia Reading -- 3.1. Critical positioning and operations -- 3.1.1. Writing and spatial structures -- 3.1.2. The chain of reading -- 3.2. The critical mechanism: tensions between material, meaning and space -- 3.2.1. Technical environment of criticism -- 3.2.2. Digital materiality
3.2.3. From document to critical space: observations and directions for design -- 3.3. Bibliography -- 4. "Annotate the World, and Improve Humanity": Material Imageries in a Web Annotation Program -- 4.1. Serving of all humanity: the aims and claims of Hypothes.is -- 4.1.1. The political implications of "information" -- 4.1.2. mythologies, ideologies and primitive foundation scenes: from the circle to the network and from the network to the world -- 4.1.3. Provisional assessment: same ideological basis, different positions -- 4.2. Materialized and imaginary visions reformulated through software -- 4.2.1. Frameworks, signs and actions: values present in the program -- 4.2.2. Border and visuals -- 4.3. Conclusion -- 4.4. Bibliography -- 5. Construction of Ecrilecture Standards for Collaborative Transcription of Digitized Heritage -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Participatory enrichment of digitized collections: institutional regulation and community ecrilecture practices -- 5.2.1. Regulation of ecrilecture approaches and institutional criteria -- 5.2.2. Atomized and community approaches to ecrilecture -- 5.3. Providing Internet users with the means for scientific ecrilecture -- 5.3.1. The herbarium as a means of ecrilecture -- 5.3.2. The diversity of ecrilecture tools and the emergence of transcription communities -- 5.3.3. Writing on "Les Herbonautes" -- 5.4. Associating human and algorithmic ecrilecture by aggregating concordant transcriptions -- 5.4.1. Production of standardized transcriptions and algorithmic validation of concordances -- 5.4.2. Transcription by simple replication: a dominant practice -- 5.5. The role of forums in the production of concordant data -- 5.5.1. Learning the rules for writing a scientific document and the development of transcription conventions -- 5.5.2. Justified and concerted transcription decissions
5.6. Re-editorializing transcription traces: consultation of community archives -- 5.6.1. Production of non-standardized information in discussion spaces -- 5.6.2. Perspectives for re-editorializing comments -- 5.7. Conclusion -- 5.8. Bibliography -- 6. The Challenge of Platform Interoperability in Constructing Augmented Knowledge in the Humanities and Social Sciences -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Interoperability models for the circulation of documentary metadata -- 6.3. Focus and methodology -- 6.4. Different levels of interoperability -- 6.4.1. Organizational interoperability -- 6.4.2. Technical interoperability -- 6.4.3. Semantic interoperability -- 6.5. Integration and enrichment of metadata in Isidore -- 6.6. Conclusion -- 6.7. Bibliography -- 7. The XML Portal for the symogih.org Project -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. The symogih.org project and the interoperability of geohistorical data -- 7.2.1. Collaborative management of geohistorical data -- 7.2.2. From generic relational model to interoperable ontology -- 7.3. Editorialization procedures -- 7.3.1. Platform architecture and text annotation -- 7.3.2. Specific aspects of the Michon and Galileo projects -- 7.3.3. Features of the XML portal -- 7.4. Discussion -- 7.5. Conclusion -- 7.6. Bibliography -- 8. Issues of "Hypermediating Journals" for Scientific Publishing -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. Digital technology and the transformation of scientific journals -- 8.3. The concept of hypermediating journals: the COSSI case -- 8.4. The role of the tagger in the ecrilecture process -- 8.5. Conclusion -- 8.6. Bibliography -- List of Authors -- Index -- Other titles from iSTE in Information Systems, Web and Pervasive Computing -- EULA
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