We're pleased to announce that the Homer Multitext project will be presenting two papers at the "Greek and Latin in an Age of Open Data" conference hosted by the Open Philology Project at the University of Leipzig, December 1-4. You can read our papers "A Redefinition of Classical Scholarship" and "Open Access and the Practicality of Citizen Scholarship" from the conference program.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Monday, November 3, 2014
We are proud to announce that four HMT collaborators, Neel Smith, Nikolas Churik, Brian Clark, and Stephanie Lindeborg, will be featured at the 'Scholarship in Software, Software as Scholarship: From Genesis to Peer Review' workshop and roundtable in Bern on January 29th, 2015. Their proposal, titled "Composing living scholarship: applying automated acceptance tests to scholarly writing', will discuss the implementation of dynamic content in scholarly prose, resulting in documents that are live instead of fixed texts. Stay tuned for more news on this exciting topic!