The main objective of the Action was to produce a roadmap or manual for conceptualizing the development of a technical infrastructure for collaborative digital preparing, editing, publishing, analyzing, and visualizing of literary research materials.
The article that summarizes the achievements of this action emphasize Interoperability as the key element that Interedition sought to achieve: ‘to encourage the creators of tools for textual scholarship to make their functionality available to others, and to promote communication between scholars so that we can raise awareness of innovative working methods’.
- The summarizing article:
Computer-supported collation of modern manuscripts: CollateX and the Beckett Digital Manuscript Project by Ronald Haentjens Dekker, Dirk van Hulle, Gregor Middell, Vincent Neyt, Joris van Zundert. Literary and Linguistic Computing (2015) 30 (3): 452-470. Available at: https://academic.oup.com/dsh/article-lookup/doi/10.1093/llc/fqu007
- MAKASH took the initiative to organize a workshop of the action that took place at the National Library of Israel:
Structures, Tools and Ideas for Scholarly Digital Editions
Workshop announcement NLI site Interedition site
- Article presented at the Interedition Symposium – Scholarly Digital Editions, Tools and Infrastructure ( Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands, The Hague, Netherlands):
The Judaica Europeana Semantic Knowledge Management experiment: the modern Jewish Republic of Letters in the 18th and 19th Century
Article and Presentation