THINKING ABOUT ENTERING? HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW!
Whether you are well-versed in digital humanities or a complete novice, Gale Digital Scholar Lab lowers the barriers to text and data mining and can be used with many Gale Primary Sources, such as The Times Digital Archive 1785-2019, Eighteenth Century Collections Online, and Archives of Sexuality and Gender.*
This is your chance to win one of three prizes and develop in-demand digital literacy skills and analytical experience that will get your work noticed at the same time. Your essay should focus on your methodology in the Lab, so aim to write something that can be read by non-subject experts who want to understand how you explored your subject.
The important info:
Word count: Craft an engaging essay of 1,500 to 2,000 words.
Deadline: Submit your essay and a cover letter, signed by a member of your faculty to confirm your student status, by December 15, 2023.
Language: Essays should be written in English.
Submit your essay and cover letter using this entry form.
Questions? Email [email protected]. And remember, your essay must use Gale Digital Scholar Lab, so dive into this cutting-edge resource and flex its potential. Good luck!
*Please note: Access to specific Gale Primary Sources with the Lab will vary depending on what collections are available at your institution.