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The Digital Library Federation has announced a partnership with the Digital Humanities Summer Institute to provide discounts to the summer digital humanities training programs to all affiliated with its member organizations. Additionally, they will provide full-tuition scholarships for five “DLF-DHSI Cross-Pollinator Fellows.” From the announcement:
DLF recognizes the value of partnering with endeavors that seriously engage issues of digital standards, stewardship, digital scholarship, and technical training and education. “DLF member institutions are deeply engaged in the development and application of new technologies to support teaching, research, and the public good,” writes director Bethany Nowviskie, “so DHSI, as a professional development program that builds capacity for DH and humanities data curation, is a perfect match. We hope not only library and museum professionals, but also faculty and students affiliated with our members will take advantage of this terrific benefit.”
More information about the application process to become one of our five 2016 DLF-DHSI Cross-Pollinator Fellows will be available on the DLF website in November — but members not interested in a tuition scholarship opportunity are welcome to register for DHSI courses at any time, using DLF discount codes available here: http://ift.tt/1Rdwa3M.
ACLS invites applications for the ACLS Digital Extension Grant program, made possible by the generous assistance of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. This program supports digitally based research projects in all disciplines of the humanities and related social sciences. It is hoped that these grants will help advance the digital transformation of humanities scholarship by extending…