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Call for Digital Project Proposals Spring 2017

December 20, 2016

The Digital Humanities Innovation Lab (DHIL), launched in the fall of 2016, is now seeking proposals for new projects. The key role of DHIL is to assist SFU researchers with the development of digital scholarship by providing consultation, training, research software development and technical support to faculty and graduate students. For more information about the lab and the kind of work we support, including current lab projects, please visit the DHIL website.

The process of seeking DHIL research support begins with an informal consultation by appointment or during our drop-in hours. To schedule a consultation outside of office hours, please complete the Consultation Request Form.

The next step is to complete a Project Proposal Form, which should be around 3-pages in length. All proposals will be peer-reviewed by the lab team and, as appropriate, DHIL advisors.  

Submit proposals to by January 15, 2017.

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