WORKSHOP DAY ONE: Born Digital Dissertations and the Depository

An interdisciplinary workshop aimed at identifying the issues, opportunities and requirements for developing an open-source system into which born-digital dissertations can be deposited and maintained, and through which they can be cross-referenced.

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  1. It started with Virginia Kuhn.

    Peter Monaghan, "Digital Dissertation Dust-up," Chronicle of Higher Education, April 28, 2006
  2. Chris Boese's 1998 born-digital doctoral dissertation, the first, was a hypertext work on the online fan culture of "Xena: Warrior Princess," which was submitted  to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1998.
  3. In 2006, Chris Boese discussed her thesis in the comments below this blog post:
  4. Excerpts here:
  5. Still this century's first, back to Kuhn.
  6. A Digital Dissertation
  7. THE #DIGIDISS CONFERENCE: BULDING AN OPEN-SOURCE DEPOSITORY FOR BORN-DIGITAL DISSERTATIONS
  8. The Inception
  9. The Workshop, Day One
  10. Ideas and Issues

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