JISC to fund development of TEXTUS project

abernard102@gmail.com 2012-08-20


“We’re delighted to announce that JISC will be funding the initial development of the TEXTUS platform as part of its Digital Infrastructure Programme. TEXTUS will be a lightweight, easy-to-use platform that will enable users to read, share and collaborate around public domain texts. It will use tools already developed by the Open Knowledge Foundation such as the Annotator and build on the OKFN humanities projects such as Open Shakespeare. Goldsmiths University will lead the project... The six-month JISC funded project will focus on developing a first instance of TEXTUS to be deployed as Open Philosophy on openphilosophy.org. ... There is a dedicated Open Philosophy mailing list that will focus on discussions about the content to be made available on openphilosophy.org which you can sign up to here...”




08/16/2012, 06:08

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Date tagged:

08/20/2012, 15:17

Date published:

02/03/2012, 15:50