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A Social Networking Tool or Environment for the Arts and Humanities


Description

A master tool or environment for the digital humanities, or a more modest effort at building a platform for the "social network" component of Bamboo? 


 

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Institution(s)

Proposed/originated by:

David A. Greenbaum

UC Berkeley

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Why might this direction be appropriate for Project Bamboo?

Summary

Explanation

A number of working groups in workshop 1 wondered not only about Bamboo as a social network and social networking tool (see "A Social Network of Scholars..." for more infomation on this) but also about Bamboo as a type of overall environment for Arts and Humanities Scholars.

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Why might this direction be inappropriate for Project Bamboo?

Summary

Explanation

In relationship to the argument for the "master" environment for the Arts and Humanities, there is concern that attempting to build and deliver on such an environment will be doomed to failure.  The endeavor is not only large and difficult, but there are many other "environments" that might be a better starting place for such an effort. 

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What tools, standards, organizations, or efforts exist in this area?

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What tools, standards, organizations, or efforts are missing from this area?

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Related Theme(s) of Scholarly Practice

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Related theme(s) of Scholarly Practice (links)

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