1. Active Members
2. Foundational Team
3. Foundational Partners

Active Members

Engagement

Lead: Brian Owen (SFU Library, Public Knowledge Project)

Brian

Members: Clare Appavoo (Canadian Research Knowledge Network [CRKN]), Alyssa Arbuckle (Electronic Textual Cultures Lab [ETCL]), Jonathan Bengtson (University of Victoria Libraries), Dominique Bérubé (Érudit), Gwen Bird (SFU Library), William Bowen (Iter), Susan Brown (Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory [CWRC]), Constance Crompton (Digital Humanities Summer Institute [DHSI]; the Exchange Lab), Susan Haigh (Canadian Association of Research Libraries [CARL]), Janet Halliwell (J.E. Halliwell and Associates), Dean Irvine (Editing Modernism in Canada [EMiC]), Laura Mandell (Advanced Research Consortium [ARC]), Jean-Marc Mangin (Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences), John Maxwell (Canadian Institute for Studies in Publishing [CISP]), Walter Moser (Government Communications and Public Engagement), Brent Nelson (Donne Prose), Dugan O’Neil (Compute Canada), Stephen Ross (Modernist Versions Project), Dan Sondheim (Electronic Textual Cultures Lab [ETCL]), William Wueppelmann (Canadiana.org), and Sally Wyatt (eHumanities Group at KNAW), among others.

Interface

Leads: Stan Ruecker (IIT Institute of Design) & Jennifer Roberts-Smith (U Waterloo)

Stan-JRS

(Previously Interface Design)

Researchers: Stan Ruecker (IIT Institute of Design), Geoffrey Rockwell (U Alberta), Milena Radzikowska (Mount Royal U), Stéfan Sinclair (McGill U), Teresa Dobson (UBC), Ann Blandford (UC London), Christian Vandendorpe (U Ottawa)

Graduate Research Assistants: Zach Palmer, Andrea Budac, Tianyi Li, Ernesto Peña, Piotr Michura, Andrew Macdonald

Modelling

Leads: Jon Bath (U Saskatchewan) and Jon Saklofske (Acadia U)

JonS-JonB_inke

(Previously Modelling & Prototyping)

Researchers: Jon Bath (U Saskatchewan), Jon Saklofske (Acadia U), Bill Bowen (U Toronto-Scarborough, Iter), Susan Brown (U Guelph, CWRC), Constance Crompton (UBC-Okanagan), Stephen Ross (U Victoria, MVP), Jentery Sayers (U Victoria)

Collaborative researchers involved on a consultative basis: Matthew Hiebert

Graduate Research Assistants: Amy Robinson, Nadine Adelaar, Ian Brunton, Alex Christie, Federica Gianelli, Jade McDougall, and Ben Neudorf

Programmers: Ian Brunton and Xiaohan Zhang

Integration

Lead: Lynne Siemens (U Victoria)

Lynne

Members: Clare Appavoo (Canadian Research Knowledge Network [CRKN]), Alyssa Arbuckle (Electronic Textual Cultures Lab [ETCL]; U Victoria), Jon Bath (U Saskatchewan), Jonathan Bengtson (University of Victoria Libraries), Dominique Bérubé (Érudit), Gwen Bird (SFU Library), Ann Blandford (UC London), William Bowen (U Toronto-Scarborough; Iter), Susan Brown (U Guelph; Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory [CWRC]), Constance Crompton (UBC Okanagan; Digital Humanities Summer Institute [DHSI]; the Exchange Lab), Teresa Dobson (UBC), Susan Haigh (Canadian Association of Research Libraries [CARL]), Janet Halliwell (J.E. Halliwell and Associates), Dean Irvine (Editing Modernism in Canada [EMiC]), Laura Mandell (Advanced Research Consortium [ARC]), Jean-Marc Mangin (Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences), John Maxwell (Canadian Institute for Studies in Publishing [CISP]), Walter Moser (Government Communications and Public Engagement), Brian Owen (Public Knowledge Project, SFU Library), Brent Nelson (Donne Prose), Dugan O’Neil (Compute Canada), Milena Radzikowska (Mount Royal U), Geoffrey Rockwell (U Alberta), Stephen Ross (U Victoria; Modernist Versions Project [MVP]), Stan Ruecker (IIT Institute of Design), Jennifer Roberts-Smith (U Waterloo), Jon Saklofske (Acadia U), Jentery Sayers (U Victoria), Ray Siemens (U Victoria), Stéfan Sinclair (McGill U), Dan Sondheim (Electronic Textual Cultures Lab [ETCL]; U Victoria), Christian Vandendorpe, William Wueppelmann (Canadiana.org), and Sally Wyatt (eHumanities Group at KNAW).

Direction

Director: Ray Siemens (U Victoria)

Siemens

 

 

 

 

Foundational Partners

Canadian Association of Research Libraries / Association des bibliothèques de recherche du Canada, Canadian Century Research Infrastructure, Canadian Research Knowledge Network, Ebrary, Early English Books Online – Text Creation Partnership, Electronic Literature Organization, Folger Shakespeare Library, Incaa Designs, Internet Shakespeare Editions, Nouvelles technologies, nouvelles textualités, Oxford Text Archive, Presses de l’Université de Montréal, Proquest, Public Knowledge Project, Service BC (BC Provincial Government), Synergies, Text Encoding Initiative Consortium, Transliteracies, The Versioning Machine, University of Alberta Press

Foundational Team

Project leader: Ray Siemens (U Victoria)

Section leaders: Richard Cunningham (Acadia U), Teresa Dobson (U British Columbia), Alan Galey (U Toronto), Stan Ruecker (IIT Institute of Design), Susan Schreibman (Trinity College Dublin), Claire Warwick (UC London)

Researchers: Michael Best (U Victoria), Ann Blandford (UC London), Lynn Copeland, James Cummings (U Oxford), Wendy Duff (U Toronto), Michael Eberle-Sinatra (U Montréal), Janet Fast (U Alberta), Julia Flanders (Northeastern U), Christopher Fletcher (U Laval), Dominic Forest (U Montréal), David Gants (U Florida), Bertrand Gervais (U du Québec à Montréal), Matthew Kirschenbaum (U Maryland), Richard Kopak (U British Columbia), Pierre Lévy (U Ottawa), Alan Liu (U California at Santa Barbara), Karon Maclean (U British Columbia), Shawn Martin (U Pennsylvania), David Miall (U Alberta), Brent Nelson (U Saskatchewan), Marc Plamondon (Nipissing U), Milena Radzikowska (Mount Royal U), Geoffrey Rockwell (U Alberta), Lynne Siemens (U Victoria), Stéfan Sinclair (McGill U), Christian Vandendorpe (U Ottawa), Josée Vincent (U de Sherbrooke), Paul Werstine (King’s UC, U Western Ontario), John Willinsky (Stanford U), Matthew Zimmerman