The text has long been the nucleus of scholarly editing which, in their print or digital products, serves two goals: establishing the best possible text for transmission and making sure it reaches as many people as possible. This transmissional and communcative function of the scholarly edition is joined by a third one when digital and social editing is applied: engaging. Not the authoritative fixed text of the scholary edition, but the social proces of textual interaction by its participants becomes the centre of social digital editing. This social function challenges the activities of experimental modelling, and reshapes the edition in a multifunctional and multidisciplinary bag of words to be explored by students and scholars.
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