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Melissa Terras
Melissa Terras
Professor of Digital Cultural Heritage, University of Edinburgh
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Defining digital humanities: a reader
M Terras, J Nyhan, E Vanhoutte
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2013
399*2013
Enabled backchannel: Conference Twitter use by digital humanists
C Ross, M Terras, C Warwick, A Welsh
Journal of documentation 67 (2), 214-237, 2011
3642011
What do people study when they study Twitter? Classifying Twitter related academic papers
SA Williams, MM Terras, C Warwick
Journal of documentation 69 (3), 384-410, 2013
3102013
Crypto collectibles, museum funding and OpenGLAM: challenges, opportunities and the potential of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs)
F Valeonti, A Bikakis, M Terras, C Speed, A Hudson-Smith, K Chalkias
Applied Sciences 11 (21), 9931, 2021
2072021
Digital humanities in practice
C Warwick, M Terras, J Nyhan
Facet Publishing, 2012
1712012
If you build it will they come? The LAIRAH study: Quantifying the use of online resources in the arts and humanities through statistical analysis of user log data
C Warwick, M Terras, P Huntington, N Pappa
Literary and linguistic computing 23 (1), 85-102, 2008
1562008
Transforming scholarship in the archives through handwritten text recognition: Transkribus as a case study
G Muehlberger, L Seaward, M Terras, SA Oliveira, V Bosch, M Bryan, ...
Journal of documentation 75 (5), 954-976, 2019
1532019
Crowdsourcing in the digital humanities
M Terras
A new companion to digital humanities, 420-438, 2015
1302015
Many hands make light work. Many hands together make merry work: transcribe Bentham and crowdsourcing manuscript collections
T Causer, M Terras
Crowdsourcing Our Cultural Heritage, 57-88, 2014
1052014
Reinventing research? Information practices in the humanities
ME Bulger, ET Meyer, G De la Flor, M Terras, S Wyatt, M Jirotka, K Eccles, ...
Information Practices in the Humanities (March 1, 2011). A Research …, 2011
101*2011
Disciplined: using educational studies to analyse ‘Humanities Computing'
M Terras
Defining Digital Humanities, 67-95, 2016
982016
Digital curiosities: resource creation via amateur digitization
M Terras
Literary and Linguistic Computing 25 (4), 425, 2010
962010
Image to interpretation: an intelligent system to aid historians in reading the Vindolanda texts
MM Terras
Oxford University Press, USA, 2006
86*2006
Digital images for the information professional
M Terras
Routledge, 2016
812016
Library and information resources and users of digital resources in the humanities
C Warwick, M Terras, I Galina, P Huntington, N Pappa
Program 42 (1), 5-27, 2008
792008
Quantifying digital humanities
M Terras
UCL Centre for Digital Humanities, 2011
72*2011
The digital wunderkammer: Flickr as a platform for amateur cultural and heritage content
M Terras
Library trends 59 (4), 686-706, 2011
702011
The rise of digitization: an overview
MM Terras
Digitisation perspectives, 1-20, 2011
692011
Crowdsourcing Bentham: beyond the traditional boundaries of academic history
T Causer, M Terras
International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing 8 (1), 46-64, 2014
632014
What people study when they study Tumblr: Classifying Tumblr-related academic research
R Attu, M Terras
Journal of Documentation 73 (3), 528-554, 2017
622017
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