#INKESydney14

http://inke.ca/projects/sydney-gathering-2014/

  1. So pleased to be at the lovely State Library of NSW for #INKESydney14! Thank you for hosting us http://t.co/1dQHbWNwWx
    So pleased to be at the lovely State Library of NSW for #INKESydney14! Thank you for hosting us pic.twitter.com/1dQHbWNwWx
  2. RT @DH_UWS: 'E/Merging, Reading, Writing and Research Practices' begins at the @statelibrarynsw #INKESydney14
  3. Getting suitably caffeinated to enjoy a stimulating day at #INKESydney14
  4. 'E/Merging, Reading, Writing and Research Practices' begins at the @statelibrarynsw #INKESydney14
  5. Key note by Christian Vandendorpe: #Wikipedia and the ecosystem of knowledge #INKESydney14 all the way from University of Ottawa
  6. Arguing for the future based on the premise of the past: a solid intellectual roadmap to look at change...advance our thinking #INKESydney14
  7. Media barrage against #Wikipedia continues to impact on academia #INKESydney14 actually it is not a free for all! http://t.co/1a5Lb6tV63
    Media barrage against #Wikipedia continues to impact on academia #INKESydney14 actually it is not a free for all! pic.twitter.com/1a5Lb6tV63
  8. Arguing for the future based on the premise of the past: a solid intellectual roadmap to look at change...advance our thinking #INKESydney14
  9. Incredible stats on Wikipedia editors (per million speakers): English 21, Finnish 78, Scots 143 and Hebrew 145 #INKESydney14
  10. Encyclopedia historically for reflection on the nature of knowledge & its organisation #INKESydney14
  11. Christian Vandendorpe's excellent keynote at #INKESydney14: "Wikipedia and the Ecosystem of Knowledge" http://t.co/eZdjcf79vs
    Christian Vandendorpe's excellent keynote at #INKESydney14: "Wikipedia and the Ecosystem of Knowledge" pic.twitter.com/eZdjcf79vs
  12. #INKESydney14 Wikipedia: a guardian of truth? Every statement needs to be referenced to a source, there are many people watching.
  13. #INKESydney14 #vandendorpe calling on academics to adopt wikipedia pages of relevance to their research, and work on them
  14. Academics should embrace Wikipedia: public good, communicate research and set student assessment based on developing articles #INKESydney14
  15. Great question about whether a "world brain" has potential to lead to homogenisation of knowledge and loss of diversity. #INKESydney14
  16. A great focus of #INKESydney14 is that speakers know what they're going to say: the value is how others respond to what is said.
  17. John Maxwell: “The WWW is the publishing paradigm of our time” #INKESydney14
  18. "Publishing" vs www : a common, open platform is critical for scholarly communication #INKESydney14
  19. Maxwell: Ability to “hack open” existing digital scholarly texts #INKESydney14
  20. John Maxwell: “The WWW is the publishing paradigm of our time” #INKESydney14
  21. John Maxwell's fascinating paper on the open web and a call to be skeptical of big systems that want to contain. #INKESydney14
  22. #INKESydney14 John Maxwell for hacking scholarly work. Adding index, for example
  23. Tully Barnett discussing young people's social reading using the Kindle social highlighting feature #INKESydney14
  24. "The end of throwaway assignments and the beginning of real-world impact for student edit" @ellenforsyth #INKESydney14
  25. Suzana Sukovic introduces "netchaining" to describe information seeking behaviours. #INKESydney14
  26. Suzana Sukovic making a case for the construction of playful, transliterate pedagogical environments #INKESydney14
  27. Suzana Sukovic: How do we enable transliteracy? How do we transfer skills and ideas across platforms/technologies? #INKESydney14
  28. Sukovic: Importance of play in creating safe, productive digital environments for young people. #INKESydney14
  29. FRBR vs remediation theory? vis transliterate practices. #INKESydney14
  30. Suzana Sukovic on transliteracies cites the view that paper reading supports more empathy with characters #INKESydney14
  31. @suzanasukovic on transliterate reading and @djp2025 on social reading -- excellent close to our 1st session of #INKESydney14
  32. Hug from the session chair for sticking to the time limit. Things one learns at #INKESydney14
  33. Technology is changing everything: how we write, how we shop, even how we fall in love ... via @djp2025 for #INKESydney14
  34. Textual cultures have always been collaborative -Daniel Powell #INKESydney14
  35. Great discussion around how knowledge has (historically) always been social by @djp2025 #INKESydney14
  36. INKE Modelling & Prototyping researcher Jon Bath discusses collaboration, comfort zones, & productive failure @ #INKESydney14
  37. Jon Bath on a Zotero project. Importance of sharing negative experiences #INKESydney14
  38. Jon Bath saying great things about pushing the "comfort zone" when collaborating #INKESydney14
  39. Jon Bath: "productive failure" learning people who feel uncomfortable collaborating are often reluctant to try anything new #INKESydney14
  40. Jon Bath on comfort zones in research practice. Taking on new tools can be hard! #INKESydney14
  41. Jon Bath on being open and prepared to fail in research. #INKESydney14
  42. Jon Bath notes humanities scholars don't traditionally publish on failings: even though we learn from these as well #INKESydney14
  43. Bill Bowen on Iter Community: "Build it and they will come" doesn't always work. #INKESydney14
  44. Session 2 continues w/ Bill Bowen on Iter Community and @ellenforsyth on different modes of library presence & communication #INKESydney14
  45. @ellenforsyth talking about libraries and sustaining the digital reader experience for #INKESydney14
  46. Exploring ways of reading and how readers can connect with each other is important via @ellenforsyth #INKESydney14
  47. Twitter is a tool for lively discussion on reading; can add to the enjoyment of reading via @ellenforsyth #INKESydney14
  48. Libraries can help you find something to read even "something like The Walking Dead but happier" via @ellenforsyth #INKESydney14
  49. @RayS6 on working with humanities academics on designing digital environments #INKESydney14
  50. INKE Director @RayS6 discusses the history, current state, & next steps of the ReKN project in collaboration w/ @djp2025 #INKESydney14
  51. @RayS6 talking about setting standards, in the Digital Humanities, and issues of ownership: common understanding is essential #INKESydney14
  52. @RayS6 talking about researchers focusing on research; and having partners help navigate copyright issues #INKESydney14
  53. #INKESydney14 @RayS6 quiet but fast shift to collaborative digital tools &behaviours in the #humanities #dh #lark
  54. .@lynnelynne53 closes Session 3 with a discussion of @INKEproject as a collaborative research group #INKESydney14
  55. @lynnelynne53 on the usefulness of developing a shared mental model when writing grant applications & governance documents #INKESydney14
  56. #INKESydney14 #robertssmith raising lots of questions about "augmented interface" - 'open, unpredictable'
  57. INKE Interface Design researcher Stan Ruecker explores the possibilities of the API #INKESydney14
  58. Different interfaces for the same programming background -Stan Ruecker #INKESydney14
  59. Stan Ruecker notes a challenge for programmers is "a spectrum of re-usability vs specificity" #INKESydney14
  60. INKE M&P researcher @jsaklofske discusses NewRadial, modularity, & narrativity #INKESydney14
  61. Claire Timpany & Jack Elliott wrap up Session 3 with discussions on typography preferences and whole genre analysis #INKESydney14
  62. Project Xanadu showing a way of seeing the context of transcluded sources  http://www.xanadu.com  (this is really lovely) #INKESydney14
  63. @JasonEnsor showcases amazing online representation of knowledge / text and links to source material #INKESydney14 WOW!
  64. Michael Walsh discusses dissemination of traditional material; @HARTK & RebeccaMorley talk on remediating complex narrative #INKESydney14
  65. Michael Walsh on dissaminating traditional Australian Aboriginal stories and songs #INKESydney14
  66. Challenges of experiencing 'traditional' information: #multimodal approach required ... MIchael Walsh #INKESydney14 @DH_UWS @INKEproject
  67. Sorry I flaked out on Skype #INKESydney14. Happy to answer questions for the next ten minutes or so, before I head to bed.
  68. @brn097 - really like the image of cabinets of curiosity with new interfaces (thank you) #INKESydney14
  69. Sydney Shep keynote: "What does it mean to divorce the creative from the critical?" #INKESydney14
  70. Following #INKESydney14 (& @INKEproject in general) for neat work pushing what digital editions can do forward
  71. Thanks to the organisers of #INKESydney14 and thanks for all the amazing ideas