Digital Alexandria is a way of cataloging and storing the collective Arts & Sciences knowledge of the members of the SCA. How often have you wished to be able to read someone’s research, or attended a class only to have lost the hand out? Maybe you want to start researching something but don’t know where to start? This website contains A&S projects that have been submitted by the users. You can search for projects by meta tag or feel free to “browse the stacks”.
How to Submit a Project
Please email your A&S project to alexandria.submissions [at] midrealm dot org
As this is not a peer reviewed library, all submissions must have the author’s email in their submission so other members can contact you with questions or comments. Please make sure any sources are sited, and in PDF format. Please ask if you have questions with formatting! If you have included images in your research, please make sure it is licensed to share under Fair Use Doctrine. For performances, please include a link to youtube or vimeo. Please include the A&S category and any suggested meta tags. Once your submission has been received, you will be sent the SCA Grant of Use form. Please sign it digitally and return in order to grant permission for publication.
The authors retain all rights to their work. No work will be published without the authors permission.
THL Sayyida Ays,e Al-Rumiyya
Curator, Digital Alexandria
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