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In this paper we explore layered conceptions of access and accessibility as they relate to the theory and praxis of digital scholarly editing. To do this, we designed and disseminated a qualitative survey on five key themes: dissemination; Open Access and licensing; access to code; web accessibility; and diversity. Throughout the article we engage in cultural criticism of the discipline by sharing results from the survey, identifying how the community talks about and performs access, and pinpointing where improvements in praxis could be made. In the final section of this paper we reflect on different ways to utilize the survey results when critically designing and disseminating digital scholarly editions, propose a call to action, and identify avenues of future research.
|Number of pages||34|
|Journal||Variants. The Journal of the European Society for Textual Scholarship|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 2018|
- digital scholarly editing
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Refining our Concept of ‘Access’ for Digital Scholarly Editions: A DiXiT Panel on Accessibility, Usability, Pedagogy, Collaboration, Community and Diversity.
Elli Bleeker (Speaker), Anna-Maria Sichani (Speaker), Aodhán Kelly (Speaker), Wout Dillen (Speaker) & Merisa Martinez (Speaker)11 Aug 2017
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