- ItemVisualizing digital scholarly editions(C21 Editions, 2022) Kurzmeier, Michael; O'Sullivan, James; Pidd, Michael; Murphy, Órla; Wessels, Bridgette; Arts and Humanities Research Council; UK Research and InnovationFor a curated list of digital editions past and present, two main data sources are available: Patrick Sahle lists around 700 editions in a curated catalog (Sahle, n.d.), while the Catalogue of Digital Editions features about 320 digital editions in a database (Franzini 2012). Both sources have different criteria for inclusion, overlap in content and differ in granularity, yet these are the sources from which a history of digital scholarly editions will mostly draw. The visualizations presented here are primarily concerned with change over time in the field of digital editions and aim to identify characteristics and trends in the field.
- ItemScholarly equivalents of the monograph? An examination of some digital edge cases(The Academic Book of the Future Project, 2017-06) O'Sullivan, James; Arts and Humanities Research CouncilThis brief report was completed as part of the AHRC-funded Academic Book of the Future project. The purpose of this report is to query whether born digital "edge cases" can be considered to be the scholarly quivalent of the academic book. For a list of all reports and resources generated by the project, see: https://academicbookfuture.org/links-and-resources/