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Abstracts and Presentations

Link to SummaryLink to Presentation SlidesPresenterAffiliation
Altschul SummaryAltschul SlidesNadia AltschulJohns Hopkins University
Butler AbstractButler SlidesEmily ButlerUniversity of Toronto
Eisenhut Abstract

Schedule

DIGITAL MANUSCRIPTS INTEROPERABILITY WORKSHOP SCHEDULE, PARIS 2010

Day 1: Thursday, January 14, 2010
9:00Session 1
Annotating Digital Collections
Moderator:Simon Tanner
Case 1:Emily Butler - "Matthew Parker's Diachronic Community of Readers

Funding and Recognition

I was very interested to hear about what everyone has been working on. I was particularly struck by two elements of the conversation: First, the technological challenges seem, in general, to be more straightforward than the social and financial elements of the projects. Our friends at the Mellon Foundation are doing good work to help with funding (again, thanks), and perhaps we might (though we are one another's certain competitors) pool our research into funding sources, which might be then hosted online? I have a few websites and could easily upload a series of links.


Summary of feedback so far...

We've had multiple requests for the ability to sort results by publication date! (And we will add it.)

  • Great product. Will there be the option to filter or sort results according to publication date?
  • Are there plans to be able to sort results by publication year?
  • We must have date added to the sorting. Hugely important.
  • It would be helpful to sort by date. I'm looking for old travel books on Africa.
  • Please enable sort by publish date in the results field.

Aristoteles Latinus database

The complete corpus of medieval Greek-Latin translations of the works of Aristotle as published in the printed work, Aristoteles Latinus


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