Archive for February, 2007

For ELO Board Members: Meeting Reminder

A reminder to ELO Board members that the Directors’ meeting will be held Friday, May 4, 9:30-12:30 at MITH. Please make your travel arrangements accordingly.

How to arrange your transportation to campus or hotels

Arriving by plane
For those of you flying into the DC area, your best option is to arrive at either BWI Thurgood Marshall airport or Reagan National Airport. While it is possible to arrive at Dulles International Airport, it is a considerably farther drive than the other two airports, and the drive can be a traffic […]

MIT Press to Attend!

MIT Press, leading academic publisher of new media scholarship, will have an editor in attendance and a booth (with books for order at a 20% discount).

Hotel Information

Panelists for the symposium are staying at two local hotels, the Marriott Inn and Conference Center (which is located on the U. of Maryland’s campus) and the Holiday Inn — College Park (which is one mile away and has shuttle service). The Marriott is considerably nicer and offers the obvious bonus of being within walking […]

Open Mic/Mouse

There will be an open mic/mouse on the evening of Wednesday, May 2, starting at 6:15 in Art/Soc 2203. Many of the symposium attendees will be reading/performing from their current and favorite works of electronic literature, and everyone will be welcome to take a turn at the mic/mouse. A great way way to encounter this […]

Who’s Coming?

Confirmed attendees include:

Sandy Baldwin (West Virginia University)
Bill Bly (Independent Writer and Scholar)
Laura Borr� s Castanyer (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain)
helen DeVinney (University of Maryland)
Neil Fraistat (University of Maryland)
Bertrand Gervais (Université du Québec � Montréal, Canada)
Belle Gironda (Queensborough Community College)
Dene Grigar (Washington State University Vancouver)
Juan B. Gutierrez (Florida State University)
N. Katherine Hayles (UCLA)
Rob Kendall […]

Registration Open!

Registration for the symposium is now open. While FREE for ELO members and University of Maryland students, staff, and faculty, all attendees are required to register.
There is a nominal fee for those who would like lunch included in their registration.