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  1. Electronic Literature Organization

    The Electronic Literature Organization was founded in 1999 to foster and promote the reading, writing, teaching, and understanding of literature as it develops and persists in a changing digital environment. A 501c(3) non-profit organization, the ELO includes writers, artists, teachers, scholars, and developers.

    Scott Rettberg - 06.09.2010 - 16:03

  2. Hermeneia Grup de Recerca

    With financial support obtained from earning a research award from the department of Innovation, Universities and Enterprise by the Generalitat de Catalunya and with help of other grants from several research institutions, in 2000, Laura Borràs Castanyer initiated HERMENEIA along with a research group that determines the contents published on HERMENEIA´s web presence. For a decade, Borràs founding group of editors including Joan-Elies Adell, Raffaele Pinto, Giovanna di Rosario, Perla Sassón-Henry, Raine Koskimaa, Markku Eskelinen, and Juan Gutiérrez, worked together in cooperation with researchers from American and European universites (e.g. Brown University, USA and the University of Jyväskylä in Finland), to offer an international gaze of the digital literature phenomenon“ on a freely accessible web site. While over the years the infrastructure of the group and its members changed, the objective remained obviously the same: the group investigates in literary studies, electronic literature, and digital technologies. Electronic literature challenges not only the readers perception, but also literary theory and teaching.

    Patricia Tomaszek - 17.09.2010 - 15:49

  3. trAce Online Writing Centre

    From 1995-2006 the trAce Online Writing Centre was based at Nottingham Trent University. From 1995-2005 the trAce Online Writing Centre hosted a unique international community where, using the internet as both medium and raw material, trAce contributors generated an unequalled body of innovative creative work. This open and generous group of people supported and influenced the development of new media writing worldwide and promoted lively debate about the impact of the World Wide Web on the future of text and literature. The trAce website evolved its own distinctive artistic ecology and the resulting complex interlinkings permeate this highly enjoyable archive of writing and making by numerous writers and artists. Like the original website itself, this archive will be of interest to many different kinds of visitors, including practitioners, researchers, teachers and general audiences.

    (Source: Organization's self-desription on the trAce Archive site). 

    See also J.R. Carpenter's Jacket2 article, "The Traces of the trAce Online Writing Centre 1995-2005." 

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 21.09.2010 - 11:11

  4. University of Oslo

    University of Oslo

    Anders Løvlie - 21.09.2010 - 11:13

  5. ELMCIP: Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice

    Developing a Network-Based Creative Community: Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice (ELMCIP) is a collaborative research project funded by the Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA) JRP for Creativity and Innovation. ELMCIP involves seven European academic-research partners and one non-academic partner that are investigating how creative communities of practitioners form within a transnational and transcultural context in a globalized and distributed communication environment. Focusing on the electronic-literature community in Europe as a model of networked creativity and innovation in practice, ELMCIP intends both to study the formation and interactions of that community and to further electronic-literature research and practice in Europe.

    ELCMIP is registered as a publisher in Norway, with ISBN publisher number 978-82-999089

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 21.09.2010 - 11:18

  6. DFIN

    The Digital Fiction International Network (DFIN) provides an arena for a new generation of scholars to collaborate on integral theoretical and analytical issues within digital fiction research.

    Hans K Rustad - 21.09.2010 - 11:43

  7. Film and Video Umbrella

    Commissioning, production and distribution organisation of artist's work with new media and the moving image.

    Simon Biggs - 21.09.2010 - 14:29

  8. Focal Point Gallery

    Gallery in Southend (near London) that commissions artists who work with lens based media.

    Simon Biggs - 21.09.2010 - 14:34

  9. McDougall Art Gallery

    Main state gallery on the South Island of New Zealand. Commissions and exhibits international artists.

    Simon Biggs - 21.09.2010 - 14:37

  10. University of Bergen, Program in Digital Culture

    Digital Culture (called Humanistic Informatics until August 2009) is the study of social, cultural, ethical and aesthetic aspects of Information and Communication Technology. Our main focus is digital arts and culture and the interaction between culture and technology. In our studies of digital culture we emphasize that theoretical, historical and analytical approaches to understanding digital culture must be accompanied by a practical understanding of the technology. Though the group has changed names three times, it is one of the oldest groups with a curriculum in humanities computing in Europe, established in 1985.

    Scott Rettberg - 17.10.2010 - 19:33

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