Yale students and librarians should also visit DHLab Training Scholarships for more information about support for the week-long workshops. For the off-campus workshops, links will be updated with the upcoming course offerings when the institutes post them.
Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) offers a number of Sponsored Tuition Scholarships. These awards cover the full cost of tuition for the Institute, minus an administration fee. Applications are open to all, and awards are reviewed on a rolling basis beginning each fall.
Because Yale University is a member of the Digital Library Federation (DLF), faculty, students, and staff are eligible for a registration discount. To receive the discount, enter the appropriate code (DLF-Stdnt OR DLF-NonStdnt) during online registration. With the discount, student registration is $300. For non-students, registration is $650.
Humanities Intensive Learning and Teaching (HILT) provides discounts for group registration. Any 5 people people who register together are eligible for a 25% discount.
Full-time enrolled students, early career scholars (terminal degree within 5 years), or current employees of galleries, archives, and museums may apply for a Sponsored Student Scholarship, which entails a $250 registration discount. Scholarships are awarded on a rolling basis until exhausted.
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