We are pleased to announce that Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship will be partnering with the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) in order to offer opportunities for members to participate in the series of DH courses at the University of Victoria, June 6th-10th and June 13th-17th 2016.
Registration for DHSI is now open. This year DHSI will span 2 weeks of courses, in part to support those enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities at U Victoria. Participants may choose to attend 1 or 2 week-long workshops. In 2016, 43 courses ranging from old favourites to exciting first-time ventures will be on offer. Each week of DHSI will include a week long training workshop, as well as a selection of colloquia, unconferences, and institute lectures and panels (by Laura Estill, TAMU; Jon Saklofske, Acadia U; James Cummings, Oxford U). Tuition scholarships are available for students, and NINES members can register at a discounted cost of $300.00 for students and $650.00 for non-students (for registration before April 1st 2016).
In 2016, DHSI will align with the Electronic Literature Organization conference and the Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) Modelling & Prototyping conference. For a full list of courses, to register, to apply for a tuition scholarship, or for more information, please go to dhsi.org. Make sure to register with a NINES discount code (NINES-Student or NINES-Non-Student).