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Scholarship: COVE & Critical Editing at Digital Humanities Summer Institute 2024 (Deadline 3/15/24)

COVE and Critical Editing Courses
Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) 2024
University of Victoria, Canada
June 3-7 & June 10-14, 2024

Scholarship deadline: extended to March 15, 2024

Early bird registration deadline: April 1, 2024

Want to build a peer-reviewed, open-access COVE Edition, gallery, map, or timeline, or a teachable COVE Studio anthology of socially annotatable texts–without any coding, and without needing hosting resources? 

Consider taking either or both of a set of consecutive courses at DHSI. The scholarship deadline has been extended to March 15! Scholarships are easy to get, but first come, first served.

Week 1

Open Assembly Teaching, Making, & Publishing: COVE Editions & Studio
Taught by COVE's Rebecca Nesvet and Laura Rotunno.

Dates: June 3–7

Location: University of Victoria, Canada

Cost: $500 (students) or $950 (non-students), until April 1

Description: In this week-long, in-person workshop, you will learn to build critical editions, gallery exhibits, maps, timelines, and socially-annotatable teaching anthologies in the COVE digital environment. Need a home for your open-access digital edition? COVE will peer review it and if it's accepted, publish it for free, forever. No coding knowledge necessary.

After building,your edition's basic shell, you can learn scholarly editing so you can complete it.

Week 2:

Conceptualizing and Creating a Digital Edition

Dates: June 10–14

Location: University of Victoria, Canada

Cost: $500 (students) or $950 (non-students), until April 1

Description: This week-long, in-person workshop will explore all aspects of conceptualizing, planning for, and creating a digital edition, including document collection, selection, transcription, annotation, and publication.

At the end of the week, you’ll present your work-in-progress to hundreds of other Digital Humanists from across the US, Canada, and the world. You’ll also find at DHSI a supportive community of fellow scholars, instructors, and instructional designers–and lots of transformative after-hours talks and networking events.

Registration & Scholarships

Please note that the application for tuition scholarships and travel bursaries closes on March 15, and early bird registration closes on April 1

Discounts are also available for members of select organizations, or for students and staff of select universities and colleges. 

To register, please see here: https://dhsi.org/registration-fees/

For any questions about the workshops, please ask respective instructors Katie Blizzard (kblizzard@virginia.edu) and Rebecca Nesvet (nesvetr@uwgb.edu) or Laura Rotunno (ler12@psu.edu)

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