Add a digital edition to the Catalogue
To add a digital edition to the Catalogue of Digital Editions (https://dig-ed-cat.acdh.oeaw.ac.at/) please fill-in this form, which should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

Please don't add "forthcoming" editions or editions that aren't available for use yet.

Name and surname
Please enter your name and surname so that we can credit your contribution on our website. If you would rather not give your name, that's OK!
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Historical period *
The historical period(s) to which the source material of the digital edition belongs. Please choose all that apply (1 or more).
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Specific time/century *
The specific year(s) or century of the source material. You can also add year ranges in the format YYYY-YYYY
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Name of the digital edition project *
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Digital edition URL *
The URL of the digital edition project. URLs *must* start with 'http://' or 'https://'.
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Scholarly *
Is the digital edition scholarly? Definition of 'scholarly' by Patrick Sahle: "A reproduction of documents without critical examination is not scholarly editing. A facsimile is not a scholarly edition." (see: http://www.digitale-edition.de/vlet-about.html)
Digital vs. Digitised *
Is the digital edition digital or digitised? Definition of 'digital' by Patrick Sahle: "A digitized print edition is not a "digital edition". If the paradigm of an edition is limited to the two-dimensional space of the "page" and to typographic means of information representation, then it's not a digital edition." (see: http://www.digitale-edition.de/vlet-about.html)
Edition *
Is the digital edition an edition or a database? Definition of 'edition' by Patrick Sahle: "An edition must represent its material (usually as transcribed/edited text) - a catalog, an index, a descriptive database is not an edition." (see: http://www.digitale-edition.de/vlet-about.html)
Language *
The language(s) in which the source material is written. Please use three-letter ISO codes (see; http://www.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/php/code_list.php). If multiple, please separate with a semicolon.
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Writing support *
The writing support of the source material (letter, tablet, codex, manuscript, diary, etc.). If multiple, please separate with a semicolon.
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Duration of digital edition *
The production/building life of the digital edition (when production began and, if applicable, when it finished). If the digital edition was built and completed in the past, is still online but is no longer curated, then please add the year curation/updating ended. You can use year ranges in the form of YYYY-YYYY. If the project is work-in-progress or if curation is ongoing, you can say 'YYYY-present'.
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Project manager *
The name and surname of the principal investigator, coordinator or manager.
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Participating institutions *
Institution(s) involved in the project. If multiple, please separate with a semicolon.
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Audience *
The target audience of the digital edition (e.g. scholars, students, general public, etc.). If multiple, please separate with a semicolon.
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Philological statement *
The digital edition provides information about editorial practices.
Account of textual variance *
Value of witnesses *
XML-TEI transcription *
The source material is encoded in XML-TEI.
XML(TEI) transcription to download *
The XML(TEI) can be freely downloaded.
Images *
The digital edition provides images of the source material.
Zoom images *
The user can zoom in and out of the images.
Image manipulation *
The user can manipulate the images (e.g. rotation, brightness, etc.).
Text-image linking *
The transcription and the image are linked so that clicking on a word in the image brings up the corresponding word in the transcription and vice-versa.
Source text translation *
The project provides a translation of the source material (not necessarily into English). If so, the corresponding three-letter ISO code should be used (see http://www.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/php/code_list.php). If not, simply type '0'.
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Website language *
The project website is available in multiple languages. If so, the corresponding three-letter ISO code should be used (see http://www.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/php/code_list.php). If not, simply type '0'.
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Glossary *
The digital edition provides a glossary.
Indices *
The digital edition provides indices.
String-matching search *
The digital edition provides string-matching (full-text) searching.
Advanced search *
The digital edition provides advanced search functionality.
Creative Commons License *
The digital edition is protected by a Creative Commons License.
Open Source/Open Access *
The digital edition is Open Source/Open Access.
Linked Open Data (LOD) *
The digital edition makes use of LOD standards and if it is linked to other projects/data.
Application Programming Interface (API) *
The digital editions provides an API.
Crowdsourcing *
The digital edition made/makes use of crowdsourcing.
Feedback *
The digital edition provides a feedback space or contact information for users to make comments or suggestions.
Technological statement *
The digital edition provides complete information about technical aspects and practices.
Links to external sources *
The digital edition provides links to external, relevant sources.
OCR'd or Keyed? *
The source text was digitised with Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software or manually keyed in.
Mobile device compatibility *
The digital edition can be seamlessly used on mobile devices (smartphones and tablets). Please perform this check with the Google Mobile-Friendly Test: https://search.google.com/test/mobile-friendly
Print-friendly view *
The digital edition provides a print-friendly view of the text (e.g. PDF) or the browser produces a suitable, printable version of the content.
Print facsimile (complementary output) *
The digital edition is/will be complemented by a print facsimile.
Repository of source material *
The institution(s) in which the source material is kept today. If multiple, please separate with a semicolon.
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Place of origin of source material *
The place of origin of the source material (where it was produced). If multiple, please separate with a semicolon. If unknown, type 'unknown'.
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Funding body *
The name of the funding agency supporting the digital edition project. If multiple, please separate with a semicolon. Use N/A if the project is/was not supported by third-party funding.
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Total budget
How much the digital edition project cost.
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Infrastructure *
The technologies used to build the digital edition (e.g. MySQL, Omeka, PHP, etc.). If multiple, please separate with a semicolon.
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Current availability *
Even if completed in the past, the digital edition is still viewable online today.
RIDE review *
Has your project been reviewed in the Review Journal of Scholarly Digital Editions and Resources [http://ride.i-d-e.de/]?
Citation *
Can the digital edition be cited through, for example, a DOI (digital object identifier) or PID (persistent identifier)?
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