Mandate

Mandate: The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab is a collaborative centre for digital and open scholarly practices. We are a multidisciplinary team of faculty, staff, students, and visiting scholars who engage on- and off-campus partners through research, skills training, and community-oriented initiatives.

The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab is a collaborative centre for digital and open scholarly practices. We are a multidisciplinary team of faculty, staff, students, and visiting scholars who engage on- and off-campus partners through research, skills training, and community-oriented initiatives.

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Mission

Mission: The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab engages, facilitates, and promotes cross-community digital initiatives at the University of Victoria, as well as in larger regional, national, and international contexts by cultivating the practices and values of open scholarship.

The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab engages, facilitates, and promotes cross-community digital initiatives at the University of Victoria, as well as in larger regional, national, and international contexts by cultivating the practices and values of open scholarship.

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