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.

The ELMCIP Knowledge Base depends on the active participation of a community of international researchers and writers working on electronic literature. To join us in building the Knowledge Base, email kb_editor@elmcip.net a brief message. Include a brief description of your background and interests in electronic literature so we can set you up with a contributor account to add and edit records. The Knowledge Base is developed in Drupal 7 by the University of Bergen Electronic Literature Research Group as an outcome of the ELMCIP project.

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Authors

4003 records
Last name Middle name First name Updated
Pitman Thea 21.09.2020
Meza Nohelia 21.09.2020
Zheng Yan 19.09.2020
Saum-Pascual Alex 18.09.2020
Hockx Michel 18.09.2020

Platform/Software

255 records
Title Publisher or organization Developers Year initiated Updatedsort ascending
Storyspace 1987 09.10.2019
p5.js Lauren McCarthy 2018 01.10.2019
Nintendo Switch Nintendo 2017 23.09.2019
Bash 06.09.2019
Sketchfab 27.08.2019

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Databases and Archives

67 records
Name Organization Responsible Project Type Updatedsort ascending
ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge B... ELMCIP: Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice, University of Bergen, Electronic Literature Research Group, University of Bergen, Program in Digital Culture Database 25.09.2018
CELL Search Engine Consortium on Electronic Literature (CELL) Database 24.09.2018
Pathfinders: Documenting the Experience... Archive 12.09.2018
Pathfinders: Documenting the Experience... Electronic Literature Organization, Washington State University Vancouver, Creative Media and Digital Culture Program Archive 12.09.2018
Rutgers-Camden Archive of Digital Epheme... Archive 14.08.2018