From the Yale Daily News:
Digital humanities research projects have been on the rise at Yale, a phenomenon that coincides with the installation of the Franke Family Digital Humanities Laboratory in Sterling Memorial Library.
While the University has boasted a digital humanities lab for three years, the renovation of the Franke Family Reading Room, which is set to be completed in October, will provide an upgraded workspace for members of campus who wish to utilize resources to complete projects relating to the field.
The new lab will provide an open space of roughly 4,000 square feet to be used as a workspace and as a meeting space for workshops and consultations. The lab will include workstations, monitors and a research cube for computing.
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