2 November 2021, 5 pm
Jesus College Ship Street Centre
OX1 3DA, Oxford
An Introduction to Digital Scholarly Editing
How are digital scholarly editions made, how can they be used, and what support is available? This event, organized by the Oxford Centre for Textual Editing and Theory (OCTET), Digital Scholarship @ Oxford (DiSc) and the Digital Hub at Jesus College, will introduce to two initiatives that facilitate the making of digital scholarly editions. Emma Huber will present the Taylor Editions and introduce the training programme in creating digital editions, led by staff at the Taylor Institution Library. Joshua Schäuble will present a virtual research environment called ‘Manuscript Web’ which facilitates the scholarly work of editing of modern manuscripts and visualizing connections between them.
5:00 pm Introduction (Dirk Van Hulle)
5:05 pm Emma Huber (Taylor Institution Library)
Taylor Editions: Digital Editions in Medieval and Modern Languages
5:25 pm Joshua Schäuble (University of Antwerp)
Manuscript Web: a Digital Editing Environment for Modern Manuscripts
5:45 pm Q&A
Open to external participants. Limited to 50 in-person participants, recording of the event might be offered.
Directions to Ship Street
To book your place on this workshop, please email DigitalHub@jesus.ox.ac.uk
Please let us know if you require assistance with mobility and if you have any dietary requirements or food allergies.
Spaces are limited to 50 people, so please sign up early to avoid disappointment. If you have to cancel for any reason, please provide at least 24 hours’ notice so we can pass your ticket to someone on the workshop waiting list. If you have to self-isolate at short notice, let us know as we may still be able to fill your place.
As the workshop will be held indoors, a face mask must be worn. Where possible, windows and/or doors will be open to ensure good ventilation in the workshop space.
If you have any questions about this event, or ideas for future events, please do get in touch: DigitalHub@jesus.ox.ac.uk