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* Robert Arp, [http://org.buffalo.edu/rarp/arp_vita.html CV], [http://org.buffalo.edu/rarp/OntologyDefs1.html Meanings of Ontology], [http://mitpress.mit.edu/catalog/item/default.asp?ttype=2&tid=11487 Scenario Visualization]
* Robert Arp, [http://org.buffalo.edu/rarp/arp_vita.html CV], [http://org.buffalo.edu/rarp/OntologyDefs1.html Meanings of Ontology], [http://mitpress.mit.edu/catalog/item/default.asp?ttype=2&tid=11487 Scenario Visualization]
* Stacy Person, [http://ublib.buffalo.edu.gate.lib.buffalo.edu/libraries/dlc/ Digital Library Center]. We are developing the digital library at UB as part of the UB Libraries, and are interested in collaborating with anyone who is working on a digital library project. We would like to help facilitate the centralization of server resources and other resources that would be of use to the whole group.
* Stacy Person, [http://ublib.buffalo.edu.gate.lib.buffalo.edu/libraries/dlc/ Digital Library Center]. We are developing the digital library at UB as part of the UB Libraries, and are interested in collaborating with anyone who is working on a digital library project. We would like to help facilitate the centralization of server resources and other resources that would be of use to the whole group.
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==== English Literature ====
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* [[User:Rc65 | Ronan Crowley]], [http://english.buffalo.edu/ Department of English], is marking up two of the extant drafts of the 'Circe' episode of Joyce's ''Ulysses'' (one of which is at the [http://ublib.buffalo.edu/pl/ Poetry Collection]; the other the National Library of Ireland) using the [http://www.oxygenxml.com/ <oXygen/>] XML Editor. It's grrreat! Ideally these marked-up texts will then be fed into some wonderful [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xslt XSLT] shell to produce a navigable interface. Here's hoping.

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Visual Studies

English Literature

  • Ronan Crowley, Department of English, is marking up two of the extant drafts of the 'Circe' episode of Joyce's Ulysses (one of which is at the Poetry Collection; the other the National Library of Ireland) using the <oXygen/> XML Editor. It's grrreat! Ideally these marked-up texts will then be fed into some wonderful XSLT shell to produce a navigable interface. Here's hoping.
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