- Causer, Tim, Grint, Kris, Sichani, Anna-Maria and Terras, Melissa, ”Making such bargain: Transcribe Bentham and the quality and cost-effectiveness of crowdsourced transcription’, Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 33:3 2018, pp. 467-87 . Open access version.
- Causer, Tim, and Terras, Melissa. ‘”Many hands make light work. Many hands together make merry work”: Transcribe Bentham and crowdsourcing manuscript collections’, in Crowdsourcing Our Cultural Heritage, ed. M. Ridge, Ashgate, 2014. Pre-publication version available in open access.
- Causer, Tim, and Terras, Melissa. ‘Crowdsourcing Bentham: Beyond the Traditional Boundaries of Academic History’, International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, 8:1, pp. 46-64, 2014. Pre-publication version available in open access.
- Causer, Tim, and Wallace, Valerie. ‘Building a volunteer community: results and findings from Transcribe Bentham‘, Digital Humanities Quarterly, 6:2, 2012.
- Causer, Tim, Tonra, Justin, and Wallace, Valerie. ‘Transcription maximized; expense minimized: crowdsourcing and editing The Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham‘, Literary and Linguistic Computing, 27:2, 2012. Pre-publication version available in open access.
- Moyle, Martin, Tonra, Justin, and Wallace, Valerie. “Manuscript transcription by crowdsourcing: Transcribe Bentham.”, LIBER Quarterly. 20:3 (2011).
- Jeremy Bentham’s Prison Cooking: A Collection of Utilitarian Recipes (2015). The book features a foreword by Fergus Henderson (celebrated Michelin-starred chef, and founder of St JOHN Restaurant in London), an introduction by Dr Tim Causer (former Transcribe Bentham coordinator), and commentary by Dr Annie Gray (Kitchen Cabinet food historian).
Other articles and blog posts
- Seaward, Louise, ‘Crowdsourcing the Past’, Social History Society Community Exchange blog, September 2018.
- Seaward, Louise and Goudarouli, Eirini, ‘Testing new ‘digitisation on demand’ tools’, The National Archives blog, August 2018.
- Seaward, Louise and Charwat, Elaine, ‘If you teach a computer to READ…’, CILIP Update, December/January 2016/7.
Seaward, Louise, ‘Transcribing with technology. The Bentham and Recognition and Enrichment of Archival Documents projects’, Royal Historical Society Newsletter, May 2016.
- Seaward, Louise, ”Seeing without being seen’ – Bentham and the Panopticon prison’, Untold Lives Blog, December 2015.
- Schofield, Philip, ‘tranScriptorium: A Guide for the Humanist’, UCL Discovery, 2014.
- Causer, Tim and Grint, Kris, ‘The Difference caus’d by mighty Love! – romance and the Benthams’, Untold Lives Blog, July 2014.
- Terras, Melissa, ‘Making it Free, Making it Open: Crowdsourced transcription project leads to unexpected benefits to digital research’, The Impact Blog, London School of Economics, March 2014.
- Grint, Kris, ‘Meet the Benthams: an extraordinary Georgian family’, Untold Lives Blog, March 2014.