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A W3C Workshop on Annotations

2 April 2014, San Francisco, California

Accepted Submissions

Title Authors
Licensing annotations Puneet Kishor, Science and Data Policy, Creative Commons, USA
Annotation as a Tool for Accessibility for Blind and Vision Impaired Students Geraldo Capiel, Benetech, USA
Sharing Knowledge about climate data using Open Annotation: the CHARMe project Raquel Alegre, University of Reading, UK; CHARMe Consortium, UK
Precision phrase linking and pulling – ispantu* Gavin Brelstaff, CRS4 Sardinia, and Francesca Chessa, University of Sassari, Italy
Hydra for Web Annotations Gregg Kellogg, USA
KDDI submission Hiroyuki Yokoyama, KDDI, Japan
Microsoft Position Paper on Annotations Chris Gallello, Program Manager, Office Online, Microsoft, USA
Position Paper for Annotation Workshop Frederick Hirsch & Vlad Stirbu, Nokia, Finland/USA
Position paper for Soleb Éric Aubourg, Édutions Soleb, France
Advanced Annotation for Research Area Sergey Parinov, CEMI RAS, Russia
Supporting Web-based scholarly annotation Anna Gerber, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Point of View on Annotations in Reading Systems
(epub version)
Fred Chasen, UC Berkely & EPUB.js, USA
Position paper of co-ment® for the W3C workshop on annotations, Sopinspace
(odt version)
Philippe Aigrain, Sopinspace, France
Better image area annotations
(md version)
Robert Casties, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Germany
Statement of Interest – W3C Annotations Workshop
(docx version)
Nettie Lagace, National Information Standards Organization (NISO), USA
Towards Decentralized Annotations in Digital Books and on the Web Tom De Nies et al., Ghent University – iMinds, Belgium
Position Statement Timothy W. Cole and Thomas G. Habing, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Position Paper Robert Morris and Paul Morris, Harvard University, USA
Hypermedia Notebooks and User-centered Publishing Randall Leeds, Hypothes.is Project, USA
Annotation on the Web Expression of Interest Nick Stenning, Open Knowledge Foundation, UK
Evaluating the Experience API (xAPI) for Annotation Support Jason Haag and Tyde Richards, IEEE Learning Technology Standards Committee, USA
Open Annotation Architecture and Scope Jake Hartnell, Hypothes.is Project, USA
Could semantic web and accessibility be BFF (best friends for ever) in image annotation? Mireia Ribera and Bruno Splendiani, University of Barcelona, Spain
Wiley Position Paper James Williamson, Wiley & Sons, USA
Sharing and Contributing Annotations Sean Boisen, Logos Bible Software, USA
Fuzzy Anchoring Kristof Csillag, Hypothes.is, USA
Semantic content aggregation and discovery powered by rich business domain annotations. Jem Rayfield, The Financial Times