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Our thoughts on “Crowdsourcing and Variant Digital Editions —some troubles ahead” (2/2)

Yesterday, I posted the first half of a reply to the JISC Digitisation Programme’s recent blog post, “Crowdsourcing and Variant Digital Editions: some troubles ahead.” In that post, I discussed the TCP’s stance on our texts being made available through an increasing number of access points, or “variant digital editions”: we’re all for it! But, […]

Our thoughts on “Crowdsourcing and Variant Digital Editions —some troubles ahead” (1/2)

On July 18, the JISC Digitisation Programme published a thought-provoking blog post about the growing number of platforms and portals through which users can access (and potentially edit) digital resources, such as those produced by the TCP. The post asks, If there are multiple versions of the original content, then which one is the one […]