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Digital research in the study of classical antiquity [electronic resource] / edited by Gabriel Bodard and Simon Mahony.

Contributor(s): Bodard, Gabriel | Mahony, Simon.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Digital research in the arts and humanities: Publisher: Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2010Description: 1 online resource (xx, 210 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780754695233 (ebk); 0754695239 (ebk).Subject(s): Civilization, Classical -- Research -- Methodology | Civilization, Classical -- Research -- Technological innovations | Civilization, Classical -- Study and teaching -- Technological innovations | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Economics -- General | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Reference | Internet -- recherche documentaire -- sciences de l'Antiquit�e | acc�es public en ligne -- base de donn�ees -- recherche scientifique -- sciences de l'Antiquit�e | document �electronique -- informatique documentaire -- sciences de l'Antiquit�e | Altertumswissenschaft | Elektronisches InformationsmittelGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Digital research in the study of classical antiquity.DDC classification: 330.0285/57 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Silchester Roman town : developing virtual research practice 1997-2008 / Michael G. Fulford, Emma J. O'Riordan, Amanda Clarke and Michael Rains -- Diversity and reuse of digital resources for ancient Mediterranean material culture / Sebastian Heath -- Space as an artefact : a perspective on 'neogeography' from the digital humanities / Stuart Dunn -- Contextual epigraphy and XML : digital publication and its application to the study of inscribed funerary monuments / Charlotte Tupman -- A virtual research environment for the study of documents and manuscripts / Alan K. Bowman, Charles V. Crowther, Ruth Kirkham and John Pybus -- One era's nonsense, another's norm : diachronic study of Greek and the computer / Notis Toufexis -- Digital infrastructure and the Homer Multitext Project / Neel Smith -- Kt�ema es aiei : digital permanence from an ancient perspective / Hugh A. Cayless -- Creating a generative learning object (GLO) : working in an 'ill-structured' environment and getting students to think / Eleanor OKell, Dejan Ljubojevic and Cary Macmahon -- The digital classicist : disciplinary focus and interdisciplinary vision / Melissa Terras.
Summary: This text explores the challenges and opportunities presented to classical scholarship by digital practice and resources. It shows that traditionally rigorous scholarship is as central to digital research as it is to mainstream classical studies.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [191]-206) and index.

Silchester Roman town : developing virtual research practice 1997-2008 / Michael G. Fulford, Emma J. O'Riordan, Amanda Clarke and Michael Rains -- Diversity and reuse of digital resources for ancient Mediterranean material culture / Sebastian Heath -- Space as an artefact : a perspective on 'neogeography' from the digital humanities / Stuart Dunn -- Contextual epigraphy and XML : digital publication and its application to the study of inscribed funerary monuments / Charlotte Tupman -- A virtual research environment for the study of documents and manuscripts / Alan K. Bowman, Charles V. Crowther, Ruth Kirkham and John Pybus -- One era's nonsense, another's norm : diachronic study of Greek and the computer / Notis Toufexis -- Digital infrastructure and the Homer Multitext Project / Neel Smith -- Kt�ema es aiei : digital permanence from an ancient perspective / Hugh A. Cayless -- Creating a generative learning object (GLO) : working in an 'ill-structured' environment and getting students to think / Eleanor OKell, Dejan Ljubojevic and Cary Macmahon -- The digital classicist : disciplinary focus and interdisciplinary vision / Melissa Terras.

This text explores the challenges and opportunities presented to classical scholarship by digital practice and resources. It shows that traditionally rigorous scholarship is as central to digital research as it is to mainstream classical studies.

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