In the past this projected has organized:
A member of the CELL project feeds entries from its database to the harvester of the CELL search engine.
ADELTA is the Australian Directory of Electronic Literature and Text-based Art. Under the direction of Anna Gibbs and Maria Angel, this project (initially titled “Creative Nation”) established formal connections with the ELO in 2009, when then President Joseph Tabbi was brought in as a Primary Investigator.
Ciberia is a collection of electronic literature works in Spanish created by the LEETHI group (European Literatures from Text to Hypermedia), using OdA 2.0., a learning objects’ repository built by ILSA research team at the Computing Sciences Faculty of the University Complutense of Madrid.
Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice (ELMCIP) is a collaborative research project funded by Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA) JRP for Creativity and Innovation.
The ELO Showcase of Electronic Literature is a curated online exhibition that brings together some of the best works of electronic literature currently being produced. Beginning in 2014, all pieces selected for the Showcase will be the work of ELO members, though work by members of the ELO Board of Directors is not eligible for inclusion.
Since 2005, NT2’s mandate has been to promote the study, the creation and the archiving of new forms of text and hypermedia art. In order to secure this mandate, NT2 pursues three research objectives.
The project “Po-ex.net (Digital Archive of Portuguese Experimental Literature) results from two projects funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, Portugal, and the European Union (programs POCI2010/FEDER): “PO.EX’70-80 – Digital Archive of Portuguese Experimental Literature” (reference PTDC/CLE-LLI/098270/2008), and “Portuguese Experimental Poetry – a CD-ROM of Dossiers and...