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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 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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