Background: The history of reading, writing, and the dissemination of technology is one of epochal change, and each transition – indeed the history of the book – is marked by hybridity. In the mature years of print, publishers, librarians, and scholars had clearly defined and segregated roles. In the digital realm, the boundaries have broken down. Just now we have hybridity of form and of roles in the implementation of new reading environments.Analysis: This article provides: 1) an overview of e-reading environments; 2) a survey of the Dynamic Table of Contexts interface; and 3) a report on the hybrid production process of a particular online text, Regenerations.Conclusion and implications: Regenerations could only have emerged from a collaboration among a digital infrastructure project, research project, university press, and digital humanities tool suite.
Brown, S., Cameron, L., Ilovan, M., Ivanova, O., Knechtel, R., Andrew MacDonald, A. M., … Group, I. R. (2016). A Experiment in Hybrid Open-Access Online Scholarly Publishing: Regenerations. Scholarly and Research Communication, 7(2/3). https://doi.org/10.22230/src.2016v7n2/3a261