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September 2015 The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation awards Iter a grant in support of The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe: The Toronto Series, published online and in print by Iter and Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
January 2015 Margaret L. King and Albert Rabil, Jr., Series Editors, The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe: The Toronto Series, enter into a co-publishing agreement with Iter and Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Series numbering will continue from the numbered titles published in the Toronto Series by Iter and the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies. The first volume to be published under the new agreement -- Volume 36 -- will be released in 2015.  
December 2014 The 35th volume in The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe: The Toronto Seriesco-published by Iter and the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, is released. A new publishing arrangement for the Toronto Series will commence January 2015. 
April 2014 The new Iter Community is launched.
January 2014 Iter and the Center for Digital Humanities at Saint Louis University begin collaboration with the Newberry Library on the Newberry's Andrew W. Mellon Foundation-funded project, Introduction to French Paleography, 1400-1650. A set of online tools will be created to allow users to access, practice transcribing, and annotate French manuscript documents dating from the late Middle Ages and Renaissance. 
September 2013 Iter begins to offer online editions of volumes in the Tudor and Stuart Texts series, and the Renaissance and Reformation Texts in Translation series, both published by the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto. 
April 2013 Iter begins to offer online editions of volumes in the Essays and Studies series, published by the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto. 
November 2012 Iter begins to offer online editions of volumes in the New Technologies in Medieval and Renaissance Studies series, co-published by Iter and the Arizona Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
October 2012 Romeo and Juliet: Searchable Database for Prompt Books, an open access resource, is now hosted by Iter.
April 2012

Iter and EBSCO Publishing sign an agreement to make the Iter Bibliography available via EBSCOhost.

October 2011 Iter begins to offer access to full text e-books to institutions beyond Ontario. The collection currently includes the first twelve volumes of The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe: The Toronto Series, co-published by Iter and the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto. The collection will expand gradually as more OV titles, and titles from other series, are added.
July 2011 Iter begins to offer access to full text e-books to members of the Ontario Council of University Libraries via the Scholars Portal Books platform. The collection currently includes the first nine volumes in The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe: The Toronto Series, co-published by Iter and the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto. The collection will expand gradually as more OV titles, and titles from other series, are added. 
July 2011 The full text of Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal, from volume 1 (2006), is released.
May 2011 The Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies / Société canadienne d'études de la Renaissance joins Iter as an associate society for the period May 1, 2011 to April 30, 2016.
April 2011 Iter Community is launched.
Summer 2010 Retrospective indexing of Renaissance and Reformation / Rénaissance et Réforme is completed. Iter now offers the full text of the entire run of the journal: Old Series volume 1 (1964) to the current issue.
Summer 2010 The full text of Confraternitas, from volume 1 (1990), is released.
May 2010 The Institute for Research in Classical Philosophy and Science joins Iter as an associate society for the period May 1, 2010 to April 30, 2015.
January 2010 A Bibliography of English Women Writers, 1540-1600 is released.
January 2010 The full text of Quaderni d'italianistica, from volume 1 (1980), is released.
December 2009 The first volume of The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe: The Toronto Series, co-published by Iter and the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto, is released: Journey of Five Capuchin Nuns, edited and translated by Sarah E. Owens.

December 2008
 

The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation awards Iter and the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto, a grant in support of The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe: The Toronto Series, to be published online and in print by Iter and the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto. (The series continues the University of Chicago Press series, The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe.) 

March 2008
 
The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation awards Iter a grant in support of the digitization and online distribution of F. E. Cranz's A Microfilm Corpus of the Indexes to Printed Catalogues of Latin Manuscripts before 1600 A.D.
July 2007
 
MOISA: The International Society for the Study of Greek and Roman Music and its Cultural Heritage joins Iter as an associate society for the period July 1, 2007 - December 31, 2012.
April 2007
 
The Medieval Academy of America votes to continue its status as an associate society of Iter for the period 2007-2010.
2006 The full text of the entire run (1976-1997) of Records of Early English Drama Newsletter is released.

September 2006

 

Milton: A Bibliography for the Years 1624-1700 (Revised) and for the Years 1701-1799 is released.

2005 The full text of Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme, from volume 24 (2000), is released.
2005 The full text of Early Theatre, from volume 1 (1998), is released.

October 2004
 

The Sixteenth Century Society and Conference becomes Iter's sixth partner.

Spring 2004
 
The Medieval Academy of America votes to continue its status as an associate society of Iter for the period 2004-2007.
November 2003
 
The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation awards Iter a grant in support of improving access to information on medieval and Renaissance manuscripts.
February 2003
 
The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation awards Iter a grant in support of the conversion of Betty Travitsky's A Bibliography of English Women Writers, 1500-1640, to an online, searchable database.
January 2003
 
The International Society of Anglo-Saxonists joins Iter as an associate society.
January 2002 In cooperation with Brill, the first online edition of Paul Oskar Kristeller's Iter Italicum is released.
January 2002
 
The Medieval Academy of America joins Iter as an associate society for the period 2002-2004.
September 2001
 
The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation awards Iter a grant in support of improving access to information on medieval and Renaissance manuscripts. 
January 2001
 
The Sixteenth Century Society and Conference joins Iter as an associate society.
November 1999
 
The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation awards Iter a grant in support of converting Paul Oskar Kristeller's Iter Italicum to an online, searchable database.
March 1998
 
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation approves an appropriation to the Renaissance Society of America for development of Iter. 
February 1998
 
The Executive Board approves the bylaws for Iter, Inc.
January 1998
 
Access to the full bibliography is restricted to individual and institutional subscribers; a subset is designated for guest use.
September 1997
 
The certificate of incorporation for Iter, Inc. is filed in the State of New York. 
April 1997
 
The subject cataloguing of current (1996+) journal material begins. Research assistants at the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Arizona State University, and the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto, provide subject information which is translated into Library of Congress Subject Headings and Dewey Decimal Classification notation at the Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto.  
February 1997
 
Indexing of book reviews begins.
January 1997
 
The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation awards Iter a grant in support of developing subject access to journal articles. 
October 1996
 
University of Toronto Libraries (UTL), represented by Chief Librarian Carole Moore and Director of Information Technology Services Peter Clinton, becomes Iter's fifth partner. A test site for Iter, hosted by UTL, is made available to the public as part of the UTL's commitment to provide technical support for Iter. 
September 1996
 
The Faculty of Information Studies (FIS), University of Toronto, represented by Dean Lynne C. Howarth and  Professor Clare Beghtol, join Iter as its fourth partner. Research assistants at FIS take responsibility for editing records created at the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Arizona State University, and the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto, and for establishing name authorities in accord with international library standards. 
June 1996
 
Iter appoints Professor Clare Beghtol, Faculty of Information StudiesUniversity of Toronto, to oversee a pilot project to apply established cataloguing and classification systems at the journal article level.
April 1996
 
The Council of the Renaissance Society of America formally approves joining the partnership, which is then named Iter. 
March 1996
 
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awards the Renaissance Society of America a grant in support of the development of the bibliography. 
February 1996
 
The Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Arizona State University, joins the partnership, represented by Director Robert E. Bjork. The Center's research assistants begin to collect bibliographical citations.
October 1995 -
April 1996
 
The partnership develops a bibliographical database of journal articles; research assistants at the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto, collect citations. The database resides at the Centre for Instructional Technology Development (CITD), University of Toronto Scarborough. CITD Director William Barek provides technical support.  
October 1995
 
The Executive Board of the Renaissance Society of America (RSA) advises the RSA Council to support joining the proposed partnership. 
September 1995
 
The Managing Committee of the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto, votes in favour of forming a partnership with the Renaissance Society of America. In the planning documents, William R. Bowen is named the first Director and John Monfasani, the first Treasurer. 
1994-95
 
John Monfasani, incoming Executive Director of the Renaissance Society of America, initiates discussions with Konrad Eisenbichler, Director of the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto, and William R. Bowen, University of Toronto Scarborough, about the creation of an online bibliography for Renaissance studies.