SC is in the process of migrating to a new website: www.scliterarymap.org and it’s a work in progress. We are working on putting together a memorandum of understanding outlining our three sponsoring unit’s duties as well as a set of author submission guidelines. I recently co-presented with some folks from NC at both the NCLA conference and the joint SELA/SCLA conference about the evolution and sustainability of both our sites. We may have 4-5 joining in on the conversation! J
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I'd love to attend. It will just be me from CT. Thanks!
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On Nov 18, 2013, at 5:17 PM, "Mary Menzel" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
There is still plenty of room in the digital literary map webinar if your state would like to send a representative. We're formulating the agenda now and would like to figure out which states will be participating. Will you please let me know if you or a colleague plan to be in on the webinar but don't see your state on this list? Thank you!
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