digital project creation, collaboration, and event coverage
of the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
Today digital scholarship proliferates, but output and interaction often occurs in isolation. Identifying and building a team, launching a digital humanities project, and sustaining a community of practice can be a challenge. Iter Community connects emerging academics, established scholars, alt-ac practitioners, and the public over shared research interests and diverse skill sets. We help scholars build and maintain research communities and provide infrastructure for co-created research.
Iter Community is being developed by The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab (University of Victoria) in partnership with Iter (University of Toronto). We’re building this environment on top of open source infrastructure for digital humanities applications, with the core platform a specialized custom version of Commons-in-a-Box. Iter Community is hosted by the University of Toronto Scarborough.
Print and video proceedings, event calendar, CFPs.
Discussion groups, member directory, team creation, social sharing
Field-specific news, publication announcements
Research Facilitation Resources
Help system, Iter Bibliography access, archive space, file sharing
Archives, databases, editions, organizations, IC and Iter Academic Press peer review
Members of the Iter Community team.
ETCL Postdoctoral Fellow
ETCL Community Engagement Coordinator and Assistant Director
Iter Project Manager
ETCL Assistant Director
ReKN Project Manager
Mellon Intern, ETCL
IC Advisory Group
Jason Boyd, Constance Crompton, Matthew Davis, Laura Estill, Diane Jakacki
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