UCLDH Painless Introduction, 25 January 2011, Anne Welsh on 'Paper in the brave new digital world'
why we still need the physical book and what digital research adds to its history Anne Welsh Lecturer in Library & Information Studies Paper in the brave new digital world: A painless introduction to ...
MA LIS / MA ARM / MA Digital Humanities http://www.ucl.ac.uk/infostudies/teaching/modules/instg012/
“ Bibliography is the discipline that studies texts as recorded forms, and the processes of their transmission, including their production and reception.” ~ D.F. McKenzie
“ Extreme Versioning” Barker & Lucas, “Wicked Bible” 1631 Borel’s singes dactylographes more likely to produce millions of errors than text of the quality of Shakespeare ... But is it the quantity or the quality of error that really matters?
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