New Computer Lab Space

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Lina Crompton in the Underhill Research Room. (Photo Luther Caverly)

Lina Crompton in the Underhill Research Room. (Photo Luther Caverly)

The Department of History has launched the Underhill Resource Room, a new series of workstations available for senior undergraduate students and graduate students working on collaborative and individual digital history projects research paper writing service. Funded by a Teaching Achievement Award granted to Professor John C. Walsh, the Ottawa Life Stories seminar is the first to use the facilities extensively.  The Underhill Endowment Fund has also provided us with a state-of-the-art digital microfilm reader.  Thanks to the Department of History for providing the space to accommodate new digital history projects.

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