The ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base: Documentation, Connections and Visualizations

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Talk given at "What are Digital Humanities?" at the University of Oslo, June 14, 2013.

A presentation of the ELMCIP Knowledge Base and the ways in which we've been working with visualization, and an addendum about alternative data sources for exploring what electronic literature - or the digital humanities - are. Most of the visualizations in this presentation and most of the slides themselves were made by Scott Rettberg.

Links include:
http://elmcip.net/knowledgebase
https://sites.google.com/site/whatisdigitalhumanities/
http://retts.net/viz/elmcip_ref_crit_work/#

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  • I’m Scott Rettberg, the project leader of ELMCIP: the HERA-funded project Developing a network-based creative community: Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice. This presentation for HASTAC provides some basic information about the project, in particular the ELMCIP Knowledge Base and provides some examples of macroanalytic and visualization-based research we are beginning to explore using information in the KB.
  • 7 academic partners and 1 nonacademic partner from 6 different nations (name nations and institutions)
  • The ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base: Documentation, Connections and Visualizations

    1. 1. ELMCIP is a 3-year collaborative research projectrunning from June 2010-2013 and a part of the HERAJoint Research Project framework:Humanities as a Source of Creativity and InnovationELMCIP involves seven European research partnersand one non-academic partner investigating:How creative communities of practitioners formwithin a transnational and transcultural contextin a globalized and distributed communicationenvironmentProject Leader: Scott Rettberg, University of Bergen
    2. 2. ELMCIPCONSORTIUMPARTNERSPROJECT PARTNERS
    3. 3. The ELMCIP ElectronicLiterature Knowledge Base
    4. 4. 1729  Crea*ve  Works  documented  
    5. 5. 1992  ar*cles  of  Cri*cal  Wri*ng  documented  
    6. 6. 1730  authors  referenced  
    7. 7. Publishers,  journals,  and  organiza*ons  mapped  
    8. 8. Key  conferences,  exhibi*ons,  seminars  archived  
    9. 9. …even  as  they  unfold  
    10. 10. Teaching  resources  made  available  on  an  open  access  basis  
    11. 11. Video  and  mul*media  documenta*on  of  works  and  events  made  accessible  
    12. 12. Extensive  cross-­‐referencing  to  show  works  in  their  cri*cal  contexts  
    13. 13. Archival  aMachments  such  as  full  text  pdfs  and  source  code  
    14. 14. Capturing  the  emergent  vocabulary  of  a  field  
    15. 15. Tag cloud from ELO conference papers
    16. 16. Other tags appearing on works tagged hypertext
    17. 17. Other tags appearing on works tagged Flash
    18. 18. Other tags on critical writing tagged embodiment
    19. 19. Authorship of creative works documented in the KB
    20. 20. Authorship of works documented in the KB
    21. 21. Critical Writing references to Creative Works in the KB
    22. 22. All creative works in the KB, with authors and tags
    23. 23. All creative and critical works presented at events in the KB
    24. 24. 2002 ELO State of the Arts Exhibition
    25. 25. 2008 ELO Media Arts show
    26. 26. ELO 2010 Critical Writing
    27. 27. ELO 2010 Creative Works
    28. 28. ELO Facebook Group Activity
    29. 29. Books also bought by people whobought books about electronicliterature (amazon.com)
    30. 30. hMp://elmcip.net/knowledgebase  Use,  research,  contribute,  par*cipate!  jilltxt.net  

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