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June 20, 2017
Call for Participants Earn extra money while benefiting music cognition research at Yale. Subjects are needed for an EEG study of musical perception. Participants should be 18 years old or older and should have no hearing loss or history of neurological injury or disease. Musicians and non-...
June 20, 2017
A pilot program to extend hours at Sterling Memorial Library and Bass Library has been continued for another year – a result of requests from the leaders of the Graduate Student Assembly and the Graduate and Professional Student Senate, who highlighted the increasing demand for library spaces to...
June 15, 2017
User Testing for John Ashbery's Nest June 15, 2017 at 17 Hillhouse Avenue, LL07​ (specific meeting time to be arranged with each volunteer) The Yale Digital Humanities Lab and ITS are looking for volunteers to try out John Ashbery’s Nest, a website centered around a virtual tour of the Victorian...
June 6, 2017
Call for Participants The Digital Humanities Lab and Center for Teaching and Learning are putting together an informal working group to brainstorm, design, and build a Jekyll-based web application this summer. Our goal is to gather a group interested in digital work in order to collectively...
June 5, 2017
Award Recipients The Digital Humanities Lab is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2017 Project Grants. These awards support both the initial planning phases and also the continued development of Yale faculty projects that pursue innovation and excellence in the humanities by way of digital...
June 1, 2017
This year marks the thirtieth anniversary of the much-loved publication Nota Bene: News from the Yale Library. Launched in the spring of 1987, one of its aims was to “encourage the fullest possible use of the Yale Library’s collections and services,” according to University Librarian of the time,...
May 30, 2017
“Constructing a Pictorial Identity: Bookplates in the Golden Age of Collecting,” a new exhibit in the Sterling Memorial Library Exhibits Corridor, explores the early twentieth century phenomenon of collecting and exchanging bookplates. Curator Olivia Armandroff (Berkeley College ‘17) focuses her...

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