JIME: An Interactive Journal for Interactive Media.
Simon Buckingham Shum and Tamara Sumner
First Monday, 6, (2), Feb. 2001 [http://firstmonday.org/issues/issue6_2/buckingham_shum/]. To be reprinted in Learned Publishing, 2001. PrePrint (with high resolution screens images) available as a PDF: Technical Report KMI-TR-99, Knowledge Media Institute, Open University, UK (2001) [http://kmi.open.ac.uk/tr/abstracts/kmi-tr-99.html]
The most up to date reflections on our work with JIME
Redesigning the Peer Review Process: A Developmental Theory-in-Action.
Tamara Sumner, Simon Buckingham Shum, Michael Wright, Nathalie Bonnardel & Aline Chevalier
Proc. COOP'2000: Fourth International Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems, (Sophia Antipolis, France: 23-26 May, 2000). [http://kmi/kmi-abstracts/kmi-tr-96-abstract.html]
A summary of JIME, with a particular focus on "technology-use mediation"
From Documents to Discourse: Shifting Conceptions of Scholarly Publishing
Tamara Sumner & Simon Buckingham Shum.
Proc. CHI 98: Human Factors in Computing Systems, 18-23 April, 1998, Los Angeles, CA. ACM Press: New York. Also available as: Technical Report KMI-TR-50, Knowledge Media Institute, Open University, UK (1988) [http://kmi.open.ac.uk/tr/abstracts/kmi-tr-50.html]
The original presentation of the motivations underpinning JIME, leading to D3E's development, with particular emphasis on documents as mediators of discourse