ELL Wins the 2022 Open Scholarship Award

The lab received the 2022 Open Scholarship Award from the Canadian Social Knowledge Institute (C-SKI) for its work on ELO’s The NEXT (See https://the-next.eliterature.org). The award is given to projects that address “open access, open data, open education, and other related movements that have the potential to make scholarly work more efficient, more accessible, and more usable by those within and beyond the academy.” In doing so, it “acknowledge and celebrate exemplary open scholarship, nominated via an open process.” Those projects given the award “demonstrate exemplary open scholarship via research, projects, or initiatives.”  

Here are the list of 2022 winners:

Open Scholarship Awards (2022), for open scholarship carried out by scholars, librarians, citizen scholars, research professionals, and administrators.

  • Awards:
    • Electronic Literature Lab (ELL) Team (Washington State U), The NEXT  
    • Martin Paul Eve (Birkbeck, U London), Open Library of Humanities
  • Honourable Mentions:
    • Rebecca Frost Davis (St. Edwards U), Matthew K. Gold (CUNY), and Katherine D. Harris (San Jose State U), Curating Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities
    • Sridhar Gutam (ICAR-Indian Institute of Horticultural Research), Open Access India
    • Mary Chapman, Jean Lee Cole, Joey Takeda, and Sydney Lines (U British Columbia), The Winnifred Eaton Archive

Emerging Open Scholarship Awards (2022), for open scholarship carried out by undergraduate students, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and early stage professionals

  • Awards:
    • Davis McKenzie (Toxw oxw [Becoming Clear] Communications), contribution to As I Remember It: Teachings (Ɂəms tɑɁɑw) from the Life of a Sliammon Elder
    • Ananya Pujary, Khushi Gupta, and Muskan Pal (FLAME U), The Indian Community Cookbook Project
  • Honourable Mentions:
    • Yohanna Joseph Waliya (U Calabar) and Alexander Boyd (U Central Florida), Multilingual African Electronic Literature Database & African Diasporic Electronic Literature Database
    • Ceyda Elgul, Fatih Asan, Eyup Tugay Bahar, Belemir Topcuoglu, Aynur Erzenoglu (Boğaziçi U), Lives in Turkish
    • Sylvia Fernández-Quintanilla (U Kansas), Huellas Incómodas / Uncomfortable Footprints

We are honored to be among this list of scholars. 

Dene Grigar is Director and Professor of the CMDC Program. She specializes in electronic literature, emerging technologies and cognition, and ephemera.