Codex Ultor: Toward a Conceptual and Theoretical Foundation for New Research on Books and Knowledge Environments.
Siemens, R.; Warwick, C.; Cunningham, R.; Dobson, T.; Galey, A.; Ruecker, S.; Schreibman, S.; Team, INKE
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In this paper, we present the conceptual and theoretical foundations for work undertaken by the Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) research group, a large international, interdisciplinary research team studying reading and texts, both digital and printed. The INKE team is comprised of researchers and stakeholders at the forefronts of fields relating to textual studies, user experience, interface design, and information management. We aim to contribute to the development of new digital information and knowledge environments that build on past textual practices. In this piece, we discuss our research questions, methods, aims and research objectives, the rationale behind our work and its expected significance.
Siemens, R., Warwick, C., Cunningham, R., Dobson, T., Galey, A., Ruecker, S., …Team, I. (2009). Codex Ultor: Toward a Conceptual and Theoretical Foundation for New Research on Books and Knowledge Environments. Digital Studies / Le champ numérique, 1(2),
|Journal Article Type||Article|
|Deposit Date||Sep 5, 2014|
|Journal||Digital studies. = Le champ numérique.|
|Publisher||Open Library of Humanities|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Keywords||INKE, Books, Digital literacy, Knowledge environments.|
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