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NINES (Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-century Electronic Scholarship)

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[http://www.nines.org NINES:] stands for a Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-century Electronic Scholarship, a scholarly organization in British and American nineteenth-century studies supported by a software development group assembling a suite of critical and editorial tools for digital scholarship.
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[http://www.nines.org NINES:] "Over the past ten years a growing body of digital scholarly work has been undertaken, much of it put online, nearly all of it executed without peer review processes, none of it integrated (except by hyperlinking). NINES is a project to found a publishing environment for integrated, peer-reviewed online scholarship centered in nineteenth-century studies, British and American."
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In NINES you can:
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search and browse more than 60,000 peer-reviewed texts and images in 19th-century studies;
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build your own collections of documents, articles, images, and ephemera;
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organize, add keywords, and annotate your work;
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discover lines of critical inquiry related to your own;
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and (coming soon!) create syllabi, annotated bibliographies, illustrated essays, and timelines.
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NINES is powered by [http://patacriticism.org/collex/ Collex], a free, open-source tool designed for scholars.
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Revision as of 14:26, 19 July 2007

NINES: "Over the past ten years a growing body of digital scholarly work has been undertaken, much of it put online, nearly all of it executed without peer review processes, none of it integrated (except by hyperlinking). NINES is a project to found a publishing environment for integrated, peer-reviewed online scholarship centered in nineteenth-century studies, British and American."