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Digital Humanities Summer Institute

October 08, 2015
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Over two weeks in June, UVIC hosts the Digital Humanities Summer Institute, an opportunity to discuss and learn about new technologies and how they are "influencing teaching, research, dissemination, creation, and preservation in different disciplines."

There are seminars, lectures, coursework to complete, and plenty of ideas and expertise around every corner. Course offerings include Understanding the Predigital Book, CloudPowering DH Research, Digital Storytelling, Accessibility & Digital Environments and many, many more.

The Institute will run June 6-10 and 13-17, and there are scholarships available for those who may need some financial assistance in order to attend.

Check out the website and register soon to save your spot!

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