Australian Electronic Scholarly Editing
eResearch tools to support the collaborative authoring and management of electronic scholarly editions
R. Osborne, A. Gerber, J. Hunter, Archiving, Editing, and Reading on the AustESE Workbench: Assembling and Theorising an Ontology-based Electronic Scholarly Edition of Joseph Furphy’s Such is Life, Social, Digital, Scholarly Editing Conference, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, 11-13, July 2013
R. Osborne, A. Gerber, J. Hunter, eResearch Tools to Support the Collaborative Authoring and Management of Electronic Scholarly Editions. Digital Humanities (DH) 2013, Lincoln, Nebraska, 16-19 July 2013.
J. Hunter and A. Gerber. Towards Annotopia - Enabling the Semantic Interoperability of Web-Based Annotations. Future Internet 2012; 4(3):788-806
R. Osborne, A. Gerber, J. Hunter, Ontology-based Annotation for Electronic Editions using the Open Annotation Collaboration (OAC) Data Model, NeDiMaH Workshop on Ontology Based Annotation, Digital Humanities 2012, Hamburg, Germany, July 16-20, 2012.
Anna Gerber, Annotation Supporting Collaborative Development of Scholarly Editions, Open Annotation Collaboration Project Review Meeting, Chicago, July 26-27, 2012.
Roger Osborne, Making the Archive Talk: An Ontology-based Electronic Edition of Joseph Furphy's Such is Life, Book Logic Symposium, Perth, June 29, 2012.
Anna Gerber, Roger Osborne, Transforming Communication in Textual Scholarship: Open Annotation for Electronic Editions, Digital Humanities Australasia (DHA) 2012, Canberra, 28 -30 March 2012.
AustESE: Australian Electronic Scholarly Editing
The University of Queensland is proud to be in partnership with the National eResearch Collaboration Tools and Resources (NeCTAR) project to create a unique opportunity to develop eResearch Tools that support the Collaborative Authoring and Management of Electronic Scholarly Editions. This project will benefit the Australian research community by providing an online research and publishing platform that contributes to the preservation and understanding of literary, classical, theological and philosophical texts that have shaped our cultural heritage.