Electronic Literature Knowledge Base

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The ELMCIP Knowledge Base is a research resource for electronic literature and it is open for new contributions and submissions. It provides cross-referenced, contextualized information about authors, creative works, critical writing, platforms, and practices. Current contributors should log in to the knowledge base to enter new records.

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Authors

4017 records
Last name Middle name First name Updated
Kobbé Montague 21.10.2020
Bigelow Alan 17.10.2020
Glasson-Darling Mirri 17.10.2020
Mitchell Reford Lotte 17.10.2020
Koch Devin 17.10.2020

Platform/Software

256 records
Title Publisher or organization Developers Year initiated Updated
Jupyter Notebooks 02.10.2020
Survey Monkey 18.09.2020
Google Forms 18.09.2020
NewHive NewHive 2014 18.09.2020
Ink inkle 2011 02.09.2020

Teaching Resources

95 records
Title Author Type of Resource Updatedsort ascending
Fractured Fairy Tale Project Mark Sample Lesson plan 25.06.2020
Digital Genres: Digital Art, Electronic Literature, and Computer Games (DIKULT 103, Spring 2020) Daniel Jung, Hannah Ackermans, Nick Montfort Syllabus 26.02.2020
Electronic Literature (DIG 220, Fall 2017) Mark Sample Syllabus 08.12.2019
Electronic Literature (DTC 338, Special Topics) Will Luers Syllabus 27.09.2019
Digital Humanities in Practice (DIKULT 207, UiB, Fall 2019) Scott Rettberg, Hannah Ackermans, Patricia Tomaszek Syllabus 07.08.2019

Events

620 records
Name Event Date City Country Updatedsort ascending
La palabra en las periferias de la tecnología 12.04.2016 Madrid 21.10.2020
Undercroft Peterborough United Kingdom 17.10.2020
blueOrange Performace Evening 14.08.2018 Montreal Canada 18.09.2020
Natural Language 04.01.2019 Chicago United States 18.09.2020
Neural Nets 14.04.2018 Berkeley United States 18.09.2020

Databases and Archives

67 records
Name Organization Responsible Project Type Updatedsort ascending
CELL Search Engine Consortium on Electronic Literature (CELL) Database 05.10.2020
I Love E-Poetry Archive 05.10.2020
Ciberia: Biblioteca de Literatura Digita... Universidad Complutense, LEETHI Research Group, Ciberia Project Archive 05.10.2020
Art and Electronic Media Online Database 05.10.2020
Media Archaeology Lab University of Colorado at Boulder Archive 05.10.2020