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INKE (Implementing New Knowledge Environments)
A Project Funded by the SSHRC Major Collaborative Research Initiatives Program The INKE group is comprised of researchers and stakeholders at the forefront of computing in the humanities, text analysis, information studies, usability and interface design. The network is led by Canadian scholars, but includes members from the USA and the UK. It is comprised of those who are best-poised to understand the nature of the human record as it intersects with the computer. Our work is divided into four key research groupings: textual studies, user experience, interface design, and information management. INKE began as HCI-Book: Human-Computer Interface and the Electronic Book, a Strategic Research Cluster supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). We have just received a grant from SSHRC's Major Collaborative Research Initiatives Program.
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2 External Collaborators
  • Michael Best
    University of Victoria - Australia
  • Professor Ray Seimens
    University of Victoria - Australia
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