sexta-feira, 6 de abril de 2012

Dear readers,

I'm writing to introduce a new project called In a

nutshell the project will enable users to transcribe, translate,
annotate and create collections of philosophical texts which have
entered the public domain.

The project has secured some funding from JISC, who champion digital

technology for use in higher education in the UK. It will be a
collaboration between Goldsmiths, University of London, the University
of Oxford and the Open Knowledge Foundation, and will involve students
and staff at other institutions in the UK and further afield.

Over the next few weeks we will be undertaking work on the technical

development on the project, as well as sourcing and selecting texts
which will be included in the initial release. Please do not hesitate
to let me know (off list!) if you might be interested in using
material from the project for your own teaching or research, or if
there are any particular texts or authors that you'd like to see
included in the initial release.

Further details are available at:

You can also:

 * Request an invitation to test the site:
 * Join the project's public discussion list:
 * Follow the project at @OpenPhilosophy on Twitter

All the best,


Jonathan Gray

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