Virtual Humanities Lab at Brown

From an annoncement on HUMANIST:
The Virtual Humanities Lab at Brown University plans to develop existing and new digital resources into an experimental model for collaborative scholarship and pedagogy.
They are encoding Boccaccio’s Esposizioni sulla Commedia di
Dante and portions of Giovanni Villani’s Croniche. They are also
beginning work on a new interface, which will provide tools that will
allow scholars to annotate texts online, suggest variant encodings,
and of course participate in discussion using natural languages as
well as code.
Weblog at:
http://brown.edu/Departments/Italian_Studies/vhl/.
Vika Zafrin

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