The IDE has developed a catalogue of Criteria for Reviewing Digital Text Collections as a framework for the description and evaluation of digital text data sets. General criteria from the previous Criteria for Reviewing Scholarly Digital Editions have been integrated
The IDE is very happy to announce that the fourth issue of RIDE, a review journal for digital editions and resources, has just been published. As in the first issue, we have 5 reviews (3 in English, 2 in German) that
The IDE is very happy to announce that the third issue of RIDE, a review journal for digital editions and resources, has just been published. As in the first issue, we have 5 reviews (all in English) that critically assess
The Institute for Documentology and Scholarly Editing (IDE) is happy to announce the publication of issue 2 of our review journal RIDE. This time there are 5 reviews (4 in English, 1 in German) on publicly available scholarly digital editions.
In the past decades, many digital scholarly edition projects have been published and are available, often for free, online. Most of these editions are arguably the best editions of their documents or texts available, and many of them offer features
IDE-Mitglied Markus Schnöpf stellt den IDE-Kriterienkatalog für die Besprechung digitaler Editionen in einer Publikation vor: Markus Schnöpf: Evaluationskriterien für digitale Editionen und die reale Welt, in: HiN XIV, 27 (2013), URL: http://www.uni-potsdam.de/romanistik/hin/hin27/schnoepf.htm