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Job Posting: Coordinator (Operations), Electronic Textual Cultures Lab at U Victoria

The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab (ETCL) at the University of Victoria seeks an engaged and organised self-starter for the position of Coordinator (Operations), an on-campus full-time role. About us: The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab (ETCL; etcl.uvic.ca) is a...

Meet the ETCL Team: Dan Tracy

This post is part of the Meet the ETCL Team series, which introduces the wonderful people who work in the lab and who have worked with us in the past. Dan (Daniel) Tracy is the Associate Professor and Head of Scholarly Communication and Publishing at the University of...
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Job Posting: Postdoctoral Fellowship in Open, Collaborative Scholarship (Arts & Humanities)

[Short term, position replacement] Note: We are excited to accept applications for this position, initially for a 3-4 month contract with possibility of renewal for up to 2 years (funds permitting). We are advertising this initially as a short-term position because...

2024 Open Scholarship Awards

Sponsored by the Canadian Social Knowledge Institute and its partners For 2024, we are pleased to be able to award 2 Open Scholarship Awards and 2 Emerging Open Scholarship Awards, as well as a number of honourable mentions in each category. Open Scholarship Awards...

Meet the ETCL Team: Paula Johanson

This post is part of the Meet the ETCL Team series, which introduces the wonderful people who work in the lab and who have worked with us in the past. Paula has been affiliated with the lab and DHSI since completing her master's degree in Canadian Literature in 2013....

Meet the ETCL Team: Amanda Madden

This post is part of the Meet the ETCL Team series, which introduces the wonderful people who work in the lab and who have worked with us in the past. Amanda is the Honorary Resident Wikipedian for 2023-24. She is an Assistant professor of History in the Department of...

Meet the ETCL Team: Olga Ziminova

This post is part of the Meet the ETCL Team series, which introduces the wonderful people who work in the lab and who have worked with us in the past. Olga joined the lab initially in January 2020 as an Open Knowledge Practicum Fellow. Currently she is working as a...

Creative Approaches to Open Social Scholarship: Australasia – CAPOS 2023

This past November 2023, members of the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab (ETCL) team travelled to Sydney, AU to host “Creative Approaches to Open Social Scholarship: Australasia,” an Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) Partnership and Canadian-Australian...

HUMA 180 Students Practicum at the ETCL

In October 2023, the ETCL was delighted to host Natalie Hutchinson and Mattia De Coene, two students from “HUMA 180: Examining Humanities Research (Dean’s Seminar)” for their course practicum. By its own description, “The course introduces outstanding first-year...

Winter Institute in Digital Humanities 2024 – NYU Abu Dhabi

Members of the ETCL team recently had the opportunity to participate in the NYU Abu Dhabi Winter Institute, which was organized by David Joseph Wrisley and Beth Russell. At the event, Graham Jensen, Randa El Khatib, and Ray Siemens gave a talk and poster...

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Meet the ETCL Team: Dan Tracy

This post is part of the Meet the ETCL Team series, which introduces the wonderful people who work in the lab and who have worked with us in the past. Dan (Daniel) Tracy is the Associate Professor and Head of Scholarly Communication and Publishing at the University of...

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2024 Open Scholarship Awards

Sponsored by the Canadian Social Knowledge Institute and its partners For 2024, we are pleased to be able to award 2 Open Scholarship Awards and 2 Emerging Open Scholarship Awards, as well as a number of honourable mentions in each category. Open Scholarship Awards...

read more

Meet the ETCL Team: Paula Johanson

This post is part of the Meet the ETCL Team series, which introduces the wonderful people who work in the lab and who have worked with us in the past. Paula has been affiliated with the lab and DHSI since completing her master's degree in Canadian Literature in 2013....

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Meet the ETCL Team: Amanda Madden

This post is part of the Meet the ETCL Team series, which introduces the wonderful people who work in the lab and who have worked with us in the past. Amanda is the Honorary Resident Wikipedian for 2023-24. She is an Assistant professor of History in the Department of...

read more

Meet the ETCL Team: Olga Ziminova

This post is part of the Meet the ETCL Team series, which introduces the wonderful people who work in the lab and who have worked with us in the past. Olga joined the lab initially in January 2020 as an Open Knowledge Practicum Fellow. Currently she is working as a...

read more

HUMA 180 Students Practicum at the ETCL

In October 2023, the ETCL was delighted to host Natalie Hutchinson and Mattia De Coene, two students from “HUMA 180: Examining Humanities Research (Dean’s Seminar)” for their course practicum. By its own description, “The course introduces outstanding first-year...

read more

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