Bibliography – Digital Humanities Non-consumptive Use

Selected DH research and resources bearing on, or utilized by, the WE1S project.
(all) Distant Reading | Cultural Analytics | | Sociocultural Approaches | Topic Modeling in DH | Non-consumptive Use

Samberg, Rachael Gayza, and Cody Hennesy. “Law and Literacy in Non-Consumptive Text Mining: Guiding Researchers Through the Landscape of Computational Text Analysis.” In Copyright Conversations: Rights Literacy in a Digital World, 289–315. Atlanta, GA, USA: American Library Association, 2019. Cite
Senseney, Megan, Eleanor Dickson, Beth Namachchivaya, and Bertram Ludäscher. “Data Mining Research with In-Copyright and Use-Limited Text Datasets: Preliminary Findings from a Systematic Literature Review and Stakeholder Interviews.” International Journal of Digital Curation 13, no. 1 (2018): 183–94. Cite
Kamocki, Paweł. “The Argument for ‘Non-Consumptive Use’ in the EU: How Copyright Could Be Redefined to Allow Text and Data Mining.” Intellectual Property Perspectives on the Regulation of New Technologies, 2018, 237–58. Cite
Dickson, Eleanor F., D. Tracy, S. McIntyre, Bobby Glushko, R. McDonald, B. Butler, and J. S. Downie. “Creating a Policy Framework for Analytic Access to In-Copyright Works for Non-Consumptive Research.” In Digital Humanities 2017 Abstracts. Montreal: Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations, 2017. Cite
Butler, Brandon. “Operationalizing ‘Non-Consumptive’ Fair Use to Revolutionize Humanities Research.” HathiTrust Digital Library, 2017. Cite
Jett, Jacob, Timothy Cole, Christopher Maden, and J. Downie. “The HathiTrust Research Center Workset Ontology: A Descriptive Framework for Non-Consumptive Research Collections.” Journal of Open Humanities Data 2, no. 0 (2016): e1. Cite
Jett, Jacob, Chris Maden, Colleen Fallaw, Megan Senseney, and J. Stephen Downie. “Conceptualizing Worksets for Non-Consumptive Research.” In IConference 2015 Proceedings, 2015. Cite