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Pub. period:2011-2012
Pub. count:5
Number of co-authors:11



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Haowei Hsieh:11
Peter Likarish:6
Bridget Draxler:4
 
 
 

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Likarish, Peter and Winet, Jon (2012): Exquisite Corpse 2.0: qualitative analysis of a community-based fiction project. In: Proceedings of DIS12 Designing Interactive Systems 2012. pp. 564-567. Available online

This paper describes the outcome of a public art project exploring collaborative, community-based authorship of a work of fiction with contributions transmitted over the Twitter social network. Between July 15th, 2011 and July 17th, 71 authors, 8 invited and the rest voluntary members of the community, collaborated over Twitter, tweeting a "novel" 140 characters at a time. Dubbed "Novel Iowa City," the project was displayed to the public during the Iowa City Book Festival attended by thousands. This paper presents a qualitative analysis of the product of this process, reflecting on the challenges community-based authorship imposes on the writing of fiction and suggests best practices for future collaborative fiction projects.

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Hsieh, Haowei, Draxler, Bridget, Dudley, Nicole J. and Winet, Jon (2012): The "City of Lit" digital library: a case study of interdisciplinary research and collaboration. In: JCDL12 Proceedings of the 2012 Joint International Conference on Digital Libraries 2012. pp. 203-212. Available online

In 2008, Iowa City was designated as one of only five "Cities of Literature" worldwide by UNESCO. To take advantage of our rich local literary history, an interdisciplinary research team from the University of Iowa collaborated to develop a digital library featuring Iowa City authors and locations. The UNESCO City of Literature digital library (referred to internally as "City of Lit") consists of a mobile application for the general public to access the database and a set of web-based interfaces for researcher and content creators to contribute to the database. Members of the research team have developed undergraduate literature courses to study the feasibility of using young scholars for digital content creation, and the pedagogical effect of including digital research in traditional literary courses. Students in the courses were trained to conduct scholarly research and generate a variety of digital resources to be included in the digital collection. This paper reports our experience building the City of Lit digital library and the results from evaluations and studies of the students in the courses. We also outline the implementation and development of the digital library, its framework, and the client-side mobile application.

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Hsieh, Haowei, Draxler, Bridget, Dudley, Nicole, Cremer, Jim, Haldeman, Lauren, Nguyen, Dat, Likarish, Peter and Winet, Jon (2011): Facilitating content creation and content research in building the city of lit digital library. In: JCDL11 Proceedings of the 2010 Joint International Conference on Digital Libraries 2011. pp. 145-148. Available online

In conjunction with Iowa City's designation as a UNESCO "City of Literature," an interdisciplinary research team at The University of Iowa collaborated to develop a digital library featuring important Iowa City authors and locations. The "City of Lit" digital library consists of a mobile application for the general public and a set of web-based interfaces for researchers and content creators. This paper explains the motivation and describes the design and implementation of the digital library, its framework, the user-side mobile app and our future plans. We also outline a pilot study, in which undergraduate students conducted scholarly research and created content for the digital collection.

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Hsieh, Haowei, Draxler, Bridget, Dudley, Nicole, Cremer, Jim, Haldeman, Lauren, Nguyen, Dat, Likarish, Peter and Winet, Jon (2011): The Iowa City UNESCO City of literature digital library. In: JCDL11 Proceedings of the 2010 Joint International Conference on Digital Libraries 2011. pp. 477-478. Available online

Iowa City is one of only four designated Cities of Literature worldwide by UNESCO. To highlight the city's rich local literary history, a University of Iowa interdisciplinary research team developed a digital library featuring Iowa City authors and locations. The Iowa City UNESCO City of Literature "City of Lit" digital library consists of a mobile application for the general public and a web-based information system for researcher/content creators.

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Andes, Derek, Cremer, Jim, Draxler, Bridget, Dudley, Nicole, Haldeman, Lauren, Hsieh, Haowei, Likarish, Peter, Nguyen, Dat Tien, Sarnelli, Cristina and Winet, Jon (2011): UCOL -- Iowa City UNESCO City of Literature: mobile application research & development. In: Proceedings of the 2011 iConference 2011. pp. 636-637. Available online

Iowa City was designated one of only four City of Literature by UNESCO. To take advantage of the rich literary history of authors and locations, an interdisciplinary research team collaborated to develop an information system to embrace the treasure. This paper outlines the implementation and development, as well as a brief research plan of the project.

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