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CMRS Colloquium Series: Textual Communities: Or, Everyone an Editor
Posted on 2018-03-13 in Events
Mar 15, 2018
CMRS Colloquium Series: Textual communities: Or, Everyone An Editor - March 15
Classical Medieval Renaissance Studies Colloquium Series
Textual Communities: Or, Everyone an Editor
Thursday, March 15
4:00 pm - Reception
4:30 pm - Talk by Peter Robinson, Department of English
"Textual Communities: or, Everyone an Editor"
Room 200, St. Thomas More College (STM)
Professor Robinson's talk will introduce the new Textual Communities system for online collaborative editing, and illustrate its use with examples from the Canterbury Tales Project. Textual Communities is now in pre-release "sandbox" mode, and you are invited to try out the new system. The talk will discuss what earlier stages of the Canterbury Tales Project were able to discover using earlier systems, and how this new system might enable this project (and others) to achieve more.
All are welcome.
For further information, contact:
Professor Yin Liu, CMRS Director
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