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The DHIL assists SFU researchers with the development of digital scholarship research by providing consultation, training, mentoring, research software development and technical support to faculty and graduate students.

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Digital Humanities Innovation Lab
RM 724, W.A.C. Bennett Library
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC, Canada, V5A 1S6

Email: dhil@sfu.ca

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The DHIL assists SFU researchers with the development of digital scholarship research by providing consultation, training, mentoring, research software development and technical support to faculty and graduate students.

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  • Digital Humanities Summer Institute 2018

    Register today for the Digital Humanities Summer Institute 2018!

    The SFU Library is pleased to be a sponsor of DHSI 2018 which entitles SFU faculty, students, and staff discounted registration.

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  • Meet the DHIL's Digital Fellows for 2017-2018!

    Find out more about how they started working in Digital Humanities and what they do at the Lab.

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  • Canadian Early Women Writers

    Spotlight on the Database of Canadian Early Women Writers

    Discover the history of women in print in Canada.

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  • Dr. John Welch: Open in order to create student opportunities to learn about publishing and share research results worldwide

    John Welch on Open Access: Open in order to...

    Why Open Access? Dr. John Welch, Professor and Director of the Professional M.A. in Heritage Resource Management, has answers!

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  • How Do You Put the Digital in a Humanities Project

    Join us this spring for a workshop series about some of the questions you need to consider as you develop a digital humanities project.

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  • SFU-UVic Digital Pedagogy Symposium

    The Digital Pedagogy Symposium was hosted by UVic on May 4-5 and featured presentations, breakout sessions, and skills workshops for our network of students, librarians, faculty members, and open education specialists.

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  • DHIL Call for Proposals

    Do you need help using digital tools for your research? Are you interested in developing a digital edition, archive, exhibit, map, or database? Propose a project by February 1, 2018!
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  • Detail from Aldine Press book

    Spotlight on Aldus@SFU

    Hear from John Maxwell and Alessandra Bordini about their Aldine Press digitization project & what it means to do DH.

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