Monthly Archives: April 2015

Staying True To The Source

As I mentioned in an earlier post, my Digital Scholarly Editing class is working to make a digital scholarly edition of the diary of World War I soldier Albert Woodman. That previous post went into some detail about our TEI … Continue reading

Bringing Questions into Focus (Groups)

In a previous post, I wrote at length about my participation in a practicum involving Susan Schreibman’s Versioning Machine, and about the design work that I was doing. However, my role in the practicum includes more than just design; I … Continue reading