Forschungsumgebungen in den Digital Humanities
Nutzerbedarf, Wissenstransfer, Textualität
[Research Environments in the Digital Humanities: User Requirements, Knowledge Transfer, and Textuality]
Series:Sprache und Wissen (SuW) 22
Aims and Scope
This study examines user perspectives regarding virtual research environments in the area of digital publishing. It analyzes user requirements from the viewpoints of edition philology, text and discourse linguistics, information theory, and the theory of science. A focus is placed on information technology practices to manage and disseminate knowledge through digital data, text, discourse, and coherence structures.
- xiii, 341 pages
- 6 Fig.
- DE GRUYTER MOUTON
- Type of Publication:
- Digital Humanities; Textual Editing; Information Science
- Academics (Linguistics, Information Science), Libraries, Institutes