Future of Text 2017 Collaborative Day
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Category (provenance, citation, interaction, storage, process etc.)What Should be Done?Suggested ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed ByAgreed By
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Sumarisation and simplificationProcessFix academic progression (pay & power increases) internationally for tax funded researchers to reflect actual quality research output, with reproducability and reproduction. Give academic credit for units of research smaller than a classic paper, including datasets, analysis, and review. Require this as part of getting public funds for research.Christopher Gutteridge
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better documentsStorage and interationExtend PDF to have embedded rich data, for datasets, citations, authors, links... which tools can easily author, and viewers (or archive website tools such as EPrints etc) easily make available/visible/exploitable.Christopher Gutteridge (and I'd guess Frode?)PaulBartoszKeishaMark AAnniPip
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Sumarisation and simplificationInteractionHow can we translate between rhetorical styles of text? i.e. to engage different audencesPaul inspired by AnniAnniPipPete
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new hypertext literacyNarrativeHow do we build a poetics of new interactive forms? For example, procedural writing
role of character
poetics, rhetoric; commodity, firmness, delight
Mark BernsteinDaveFaithkeishaAdam ProcterPip
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Better understanding of text's efffectsNarrativeHow do we evaluate the effectiveness of new narrative systems? What does effectiveness mean? And how do these methodologies become rigorous enough to meet the expectations of existing communities (E.g. CHI) DaveMarkPaulFrodeKeishaAdam ProcterPip
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ProvenanceProvenanceCan we link anonymised open datasets where possible to related text (journal articles, thesis, and other academic publications)?Keisha Taylor
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Wider contribition InteractionWhat tools can we use to enable researchers to contribute to projects - in a crowdsourced way - also allowing researchers and practitioners or others? from multiple disciplines to have attribution for their specific work in the process - leading to a more open process and potentially more citations for the eventual output? - is there a potential for the introduction of some other type of award system?Keisha TaylorFaithPip
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provenance' and social aspectsTheory Are data objective?
Role of power discourses in shaping systems and institutions
Mark Bernstein
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Better LinkingResearchLinking to unconnected texts. Ability to find connected texts (e.g. news, blogs, research) that are not linked. [cjg note, social machine as well as tools]Peter Fraser-MackenzieFrodeAdam ProcterChris G.
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Self-sovereigntyThe stuff Henry talked about, Doc Searls (out for lunch, will be back)Adam Procter
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Increased Digital Literacy & 'translation' of rhetorical/academic languagesInstructionEnsure that instruction on the how and they why is embedded into the system so that old researchers using new tools and new researchers using new processes are equally instructed at the point of text entry. So often it's assumed users know the process/outcome expected and just need instruction on how to use the tool. Whereas people will need to have complete holistic instruction, and the dinosaurs will need their paradigms shifted.Liz cableAdam ProcterFrodeBartoszPip
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Better understanding of text's efffectsInterface / interactionLocate (research) the approaches (historical and current) that have been looked at and implemented to manipulate text / docs / information.Adam ProcterFrodeKeisha
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Historical vs Modern textHistorical vs Modern textIt is vital to recognise that there are different challenges and possibilities dealing with historical and ancient texts rather than born-digital or even texts created in the shadow of the digital. How do we address these challenges? And take advantage of the possibilities?FaithChris G.
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ProvenanceProvenanceWe need citations connected to each unique researcher ID (with biography) which the researcher (or others? can continually update. All open - sourced background of researcher can also be useful in understanding researchKeisha Taylor
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provenance
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Sumarisation and simplificationprocessHow can we summarize and present in a brief the best current thinking in the world on a particular subject?David Price & Paul
Frode (but is this core text?)
Chris GutteridgeKeisha Taylor
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Better LinkingillustrationHow to visualise knowledge links. Build spatial hypertexts of inter-relations.Mark AAdam ProcterFrodePaul
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interactionhow can I integrate my virtual and physical annotations on the same document together?PaulBartoszAdam ProcterFrode
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Better understanding of text's efffectsInteractionUnderstand the way textual artefacts and writing practices have been shaped by technological innovation and social change. What functions do linguaform representations serve? For example, recording, communication, control (e.g., programming) and cognition. What is the impact of language evolution on text technology?Paul SmartAdam ProcterPaul Frode
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Tool DevelopmentInteractionThe impossibility (?) of developing truly intuitive tools. How can we unlearn the systems and norms of old systems to create new better tools?Peter Fraser-MackenzieFrodeAdam Procter
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Summarisation and simplificationimplementation and realityHow do we bring research to practice to realize its potential?AnniFrodeAdam ProcterChris G.Pip
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Summarisation and simplificationimplementation Join up people making tools and people who want or need to use them. Bring tools to a state where they can be used by non-technology specialistsPip Adam ProcterKeishaDaveFrodeAnniMark A
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Tool MotivationIdeasIt isn't clear to me why some people are doing what they are doing, because they don't tell me their objectives and assumptions - for example, do you want to create text or consume text. To have good discussion, we need to tease out the different motivations. Can we relate the proposals to the objectives?HughChris G.FrodeAdam Procter
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Better LinkingImplementationHow to manage identifiers and their equivalences in a distributed, anarchic world.HughChris G.Paul Adam Procter
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Increased Digital LiteracyDigital LiteracyWe all need to find a way to co-design and co-dreamFrodeAdam Procter
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Clearer Communication
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Better LinkingBetter connections, links and citationsFrode
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Make a manifesto!David PChris G.Mark AAnniAdam ProcterFaithKeishaPip
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GyuriWhat is text for?GyuriFrode
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setting limitsontologyWhat is a linear text? How do we understand linearity?Rafael
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SUMMATION
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1- Physical and digital documents fully integrated. Editing and viewing physical items even when not present. Every post-it has a DOI?
- Deep PDF. Embedded augmented packages of information inside a PDF. To enhance it past the point where the simulated A4 is important to users any more, but it can always be there as a default view of a rich document.
- You cannot link something you cannot address
- Glosseries for document, individuals and groups/organisations.
- Views are important.
- A big demo would be nice
- Why combine physical & virtual; different interaction tools/interfaces aid different types of cognition; eg. you learn better writing with a pencil than a keyboard.
http://worrydream.com/#!/SeeingSpaces
https://vimeo.com/115154289
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2Root cause publish or perish | Recapturing context is expensive | The value of the process vs the outcome | Concept Graph/Concept graphs visualizations are useless (10% maybe) | Knowledge Graph too low level | Subtleties of expression can be lost | Sentences with entities as smallest unit of expression alternatives | Acknowledging that many conversations about simplifying academic research outputs are based on engineering (and related) areas, and different domains have different requirements | Acknowledging that we are looking from a western perspective
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1e8DTN548ZLJl2UeyYww2XI9ex4M0frTyi9hrcnwA3Gk/edit#gid=0
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3SUMMARY - Providence and citation and the ability to look at different points of views: The ability to Google yourself: Access your information from one application and connect from different data sources. Useful on a personal level but also for enabling triangualisation from different sources. URL for things e.g. a washing machine which provides information that can help you to fix it but also support research by academia. `a system that provides support for all sectors of society. This needs a flexible solution. By linking pieces of data you can look at the results people relied on to produce something and maybe see the assumptions they relied on was faulty. Linking all the data from the personal all the way to the social can support the creation of all kind of applcations that will be helpful to a hyper complicated society. Look at the provIdence of information and bring this to academia to help verify sources. See the cracks in the foundations before the occur. Need to be able to see things from different points of views and you should have tools that would be able to show what it would like if I believed that. A modal logic with interface that allows us to see different views of the world.
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4IMMEDIATE WIN NEEDED. ONE MInute to convince. why are apps not adopted? possibly because people develop software to the point that it solves only their own problem. innocation; 1. paradigm shift. demand the user to change fundamentally how they are working. 2. is innovation that solves an issue. in case 1. user needs to understnad new system/process as well as new tool. structures in place in institutions and disciplines can be a problem, support, legacy systems, innovations on your own are ok, but trying to get permission or buy in makes it problematic. structural systems are in place to send research down particualr paths. funding, ref, tef etc all create boundaries. we want to have a new way of valueing work people are doing.
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