Held directly after DHSI, the “Beyond Accessibility” Conference will pick up on many of the issues addressed during the week. Led by the Textual Studies group of the Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE), the conference will address the changing face of textual studies in the digital age. The EMiC UA group will be well-represented at the conference with Hannah McGregor presenting “(Re)Writing the ‘Foreign’: P.K. Page’s Brazilian Journal and the Digital Turn” as part of the PK Page node of the EMiC project. Alongside her Zailig Pollock and Christopher Doody will present “”I Have Changed”: Textual Transformations in P.K. Page’s Brazilian Journal.” The Watsons Project is represented by Harvey Quamen, Matt Bouchard, Paul Hjartarson and EMiC UA’s paper “A Public Interface for the Archive: Scholarship and Smartphones” and Vanessa Lent and EMiC UA’s paper “Paris and Wilfred Watson’s Cockcrow and the Gulls.”