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Ways of working with your fellow researchers, both locally and at a distance, such as video conferencing or sharing electronic documents.

See the tabs in the box at the bottom for a list of People and Projects using this category of method at Oxford. The category comprises the subheadings below; click on the expand button next to each one to see a list of detailed methods, with definitions taken from arts-humanities.net. The links on each individual method take you to the national list of related projects there.

Audio interaction (asynchronous) : Sharing ideas and working collaboratively by listening to and editing recorded messages / music etc. that have been placed in a mutual workspace for download at the collaborators' convenience.
Audio-visual interaction (synchronous) : Real-time communication using video-conferencing and/or audio communication over a computer network, perhaps using a tool such as Voice Over IP.
Graphical interaction (asynchronous) : Sharing concepts / ideas by editing still images, plans, diagrams etc in shared, online workspaces that allow collaborators to view and adapt the work in there own time.
Graphical interaction (synchronous) : Working upon a shared image / plan / diagram collaboratively in real time using a shared image manipulation application.
Textual interaction (asynchronous) : Communication using text that occurs in one-direction only- for example using an online bulletin board or document store.
Textual interaction (synchronous) : Two-way textual communication in real time- for example using Internet chat software.
Video -based interaction (asynchronous) : Non-real-time communication and collaboration involving the viewing and editing of digital video uploaded to a collaborative workspace (perhaps in MPEG format).

Provision of audio, textual, video and graphical data on a peer-to-peer network, wiki, Virtual Research Environment, or similar means for collaboration or publication.

Projects (56)
15cBOOKTRADE - An Evidence-based Assessment and Visualization of the Distribution, Sale, and Reception of Books in the Renaissance Medieval & Modern Languages Faculty Cristina Dondi
A New Edition of Leonardo's Codex Leicester for Bill Gates Trinity College Martin Kemp
Around 1968: Activism, Networks, Trajectories History Faculty Robert Gildea
Artefact Pitt Rivers Museum Haas Ezzet
Ashmolean Museum Collections Management System Ashmolean Museum Nick Mayhew
Big UK Domain Data for the Arts and Humanities Oxford Internet Institute Eric Meyer
Bodleian First Folio Bodleian Digital Library Systems & Services Pip Willcox
Boethius in Early Medieval Europe English Faculty
Building a Virtual Research Environment for the Humanities (BVREH) Oxford e-Research Centre David Robey
Centre for the Study of Early Music (CSEM) Music Faculty Julia Craig-McFeely
CLARIN Oxford e-Research Centre Martin Wynne
Cognitive Underpinnings of Reading Handwritten Scripts: Investigating Variations for Applications in Digital Palaeography (CURHSIVA-DP) Oxford e-Research Centre Ségolène Tarte
Computer vision approaches to the study of early printing English Faculty Alexandra Franklin
Crowd-Map-The-Crusades French Emma Goodwin
Cultures of Knowledge: Networking the Republic of Letters, 1550–1750 History Faculty John Pybus
Digital Asset Management at the Pitt Rivers Museum Anthropology Haas Ezzet
Digital Impacts: A Synthesis Oxford Internet Institute Eric Meyer
Digital Manuscripts Toolkit Judith Siefring
Digital Miscellanies Index English Faculty Carly Watson
Discovery: Digital semantic corpora for virtual research in philosophy Oxford e-Research Centre Paolo D'Iorio


People (72)
Alex Pryce Widening Access and Participation Coordinator (Communications and Engagement) Academic Services Division
Alexander Huber Digital Librarian Bodleian Digital Library Systems & Services
Alison Petch Researcher, Registrar Pitt Rivers Museum
Alison Roberts Curator for European and Early Prehistoric Collections, Ashmolean Museum Ashmolean Museum
Andrew Wilson Professor of the Archaeology of the Roman Empire, Departments of Classics and Archaeology Classical Archaeology
Andy Davies IT Manager Philosophy Faculty
Annamaria Carusi Senior Research Associate Oxford e-Research Centre
Annette Peach History Faculty
Carly Watson Postdoctoral Research Assistant on the Digital Miscellanies Project English Faculty
Chris Wingfield Researcher Pitt Rivers Museum
Cristina Dondi Oakeshott Senior Research Fellow in the Humanities, Lincoln College Italian
Daniel Wakelin Jeremy Griffiths Professor of Medieval English Palaeography Humanities
David Howell Head of Heritage Science, Bodleian Libraries Collection Care & Conservation Services
David Zeitlyn Professor Social & Cultural Anthropology
Donna Kurtz Professor Oxford e-Research Centre
Edouard Chiricat Researcher Ancient History
Elizabeth Williamson Ex-Project Manager, Cultures of Knowledge (2013-15) History Faculty
Emilie Savage-Smith Professor of the History of Islamic Science; Senior Research Consultant for the Bodleian Library Oriental Studies Faculty
Emma Huber Subject Librarian for German, Taylor Institution Library; UKOLN, Work Package Leader, IMPACT Project; Oxford, EEBO Reviewer Bodleian Libraries Research & Learning Services
Eric Meyer Professor of Social Informatics at the Oxford Internet Institute Oxford Internet Institute