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Many projects in the digital humanities involve either digitization or enrichment of existing digital materials. In both these cases, the process can be understood as a workflow. This paper intent to ...

Many projects in the digital humanities involve either digitization or enrichment of existing digital materials. In both these cases, the process can be understood as a workflow. This paper intent to discuss new forms of interactions for workflows tools. We used the workflow present in the Orlando Project to illustrate how structured surfaces can he useful to help scholars to track changes along big projects.

This work was presented in a panel session at SDH-SEMI 2012 in Waterloo, Canada.

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The Orlando Project Visual Workflow The Orlando Project Visual Workflow Presentation Transcript

  • Workflow Interfacefor Editorial Process Luciano Frizzera and the INKE Team dosreisf@ualberta.ca U of Alberta
  • Introduction• Workflow management tool is essentially a structured checklist. Workflow Interface for Editorial Process
  • IntroductionSystems for managing workflow in the contextof digital text production:• Open Journal Systems• Open Monograph SystemsRecent researches:• Workflow analysis (e.g. Schroeder, 2009)• Algorithms for automatic layout (e.g. Albrecht et al., 2010) Workflow Interface for Editorial Process
  • IntroductionStructured Surface “a cognitive interface artifact that provides a layer of meaning that supports the data imposed upon it”. - Radzikowska et al. Workflow Interface for Editorial Process
  • IntroductionStructured Surface Workflow Modularity and customizability associated with workflow systems combine with a rich prospect visualization. Workflow Interface for Editorial Process
  • Earlier StageTarget: Generic workflow from the world of journal editorshipTechnology: Web Standards (HTML + CSS + JavaScript) – D3.JS - Visualization tool Workflow Interface for Editorial Process
  • Earlier Stage Workflow Interface for Editorial Process
  • Earlier StageToo much information in the structured surface.• Next iteration: Explore placing more information in the tokens.Limitation:“SVG performs no automatic line breaking orword wrapping”. - World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Workflow Interface for Editorial Process
  • Current Stage: Orlando WorkflowTechnology: Adobe FlashTarget: The Orlando Project editorial jobs • 54 samples of XML-encoded original material based on Orlando biocritical entries on women writers. Workflow Interface for Editorial Process
  • Orlando Workflow Workflow Interface for Editorial Process
  • Orlando Workflow Workflow Interface for Editorial Process
  • Orlando WorkflowHigh density of tokens inside a stage, where theoverlap can make challenging to find or accessinformation. Workflow Interface for Editorial Process
  • Future Directions• Features to enhanced the user experience and the awareness of the system: • Zooming User Interface • Collapsing Stages • Notification Center• Perform usability tests. Workflow Interface for Editorial Process
  • Works Cited• Albrecht, Benjamin, Philip Effinger, Markus Held, and Michael Kaufmann. 2010. An automatic layout algorithm for BPEL processes. In Proceedings of the 5th international symposium on Software visualization (SOFTVIS 10). ACM, New York, NY.• Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory. <http://www.cwrc.ca>• Open Journal Systems Documentation.• Open Monograph Project. <http://pkp.sfu.ca/omp>• Orlando Project. <http://www.ualberta.ca/orlando> <http://orlando.cambridge.org>• Radzikowska, Milena, Stan Ruecker, Susan Brown, Peter Organisciak, and the INKE Research Group. “Structured Surfaces for JiTR.” Paper presented at the Digital Humanities 2011 conference. Stanford, June 19-21, 2011.• Ruecker, Stan, Milena Radzikowska, and Stéfan Sinclair. Visual Interface Design for Digital Cultural Heritage: A Guide to Rich-Prospect Browsing. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing, 2011.• Schroeder, Will. 2009. “New tools for task workflow analysis.” In Proceedings of the 27th international conference extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems (CHI EA 09). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 3877-3882.• W3C. SVG-Text 1.1. http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG/text.html Workflow Interface for Editorial Process 14
  • AcknowledgmentsSusan BrownMihaela IlovanMilena RadzikowskaGeoffrey RockwellStan RueckerDaniel SondheimJennifer WindsorAnd the INKE team Thank you! dosreisf@ualberta.ca Workflow Interface for Editorial Process 15