Made possible by dramatic advances in networking technologies, cyberinfrastructure promises to combine new computing capabilities, massive data resources and distributed human expertise to enable qualitatively different creative product from new generations of "knowledge environments." Introducing this timely collection of observations on how this will affect liberal arts disciplines and institutions, David Green reviews the distance we've come in the last 15 years and identifies the main themes of the essays, interviews and reviews that follow.
Registration is now open for the Electronic Literature Organization
and Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities' Thursday, May
3rd public symposium at the University of Maryland, College Park on The
Future of Electronic Literature:
Date: Thursday, May 3, 2007
Location: University of Maryland, College Park
Symposium URL: http://www.mith2.umd.edu/elo2007/index.php
The symposium is co-sponsored by the University Libraries, Department of English, and Human-Computer Interaction Lab at Maryland.