DReAM Lab is a week-long digital humanities training opportunity hosted at the University of Pennsylvania and designed to help humanists become more confident and thoughtful users, creators and critics of digital technology. There are 8 courses to choose from, each of which combines technology instruction with practical application. DReAM Lab is open to everyone but has been designed with aspiring and teaching faculty, aspiring research librarians and aspiring archivists in mind. See you June 10-14, 2019!
- Expansive and Inclusive Digital Scholarly Production in the Library
- Afrofuturism and Augmented Reality
- Creative Coding for Absolute Beginners
- Digital Surrogates: Representation, Engagement, and Meaning
- DH in the Classroom
- Minimal Computing: Nimble Projects for Shaping and Sharing Histories
- Text Analysis
- 3D Digital Humanities
Regular – $950
Early Career Scholars and Cultural Heritage Professionals – $750
Student (currently enrolled) – $550
In addition to the discounted rate, students and early career scholars and cultural heritage professionals can apply for a limited number of $250 early registration scholarships. Please email email@example.com before February 15 to apply. You will receive a discount code to be used on the final review page of this registration form.
Campus housing is available for $65/night. If you want to reserve a room, you will be able to do that from the registration page.
More Details: http://web.sas.upenn.edu/dream-lab/
Feel free to email if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org