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Session
PS-24: Panel Session
Time:
Friday, 11/Aug/2017:
10:00am - 11:30am

Session Chair: Anna-Maria Sichani
Location: Arts W-120
Arts Building 853 rue Sherbrooke ouest

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Presentations
ID: 373 / PS-24: 1
Panel / Multiple Paper Session
Accepted Languages: English
Disciplines: library & information science
Topics: encoding - theory and practice, teaching, pedagogy and curriculum, scholarly editing, bibliographic methods / textual studies, interdisciplinary collaboration, diversity
Keywords: digital scholarly editing, diversity, accessibility, pedagogy, usability, community of practice

Refining our Concept of ‘Access’ for Digital Scholarly Editions: A DiXiT Panel on Accessibility, Usability, Pedagogy, Collaboration, Community and Diversity.

Anna-Maria Sichani1,4, Wout Dillen2, Merisa Ariel Martinez2, Aodhán Kelly3, Elli Bleeker3

1Huygens ING - KNAW, The Netherlands; 2Swedish School of Library and Information Science University of Borås, Sweden; 3Center for Manuscript Genetics University of Antwerp, Belgium; 4University of Ioannina, Greece

Access, in all its iterations, continues to shape the discourse of digital scholarly editing as the field grapples with new models and methods. Our proposed panel will frame a discussion around a broader definition of the concept of “access” in relation to the field of digital textual scholarship, by critically reflecting on its meaning for digital scholarly editions and theorizing how the term relates to issues of accessibility, usability, pedagogy, collaboration, community, and diversity. Refining this concept of ‘access’ signifies a valuable contribution to the field: while ‘accessibility’ is a highly-cited term in digital editing, its use is generally refers to making data and source materials more openly available rather than to making data more understandable to different types of users, including users with disabilities. The proposed panel therefore hopes to stimulate a lively and productive conversation with the audience around these interrelated themes.



 
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