Meg Bellinger meg.bellinger at yale.edu
Thu Jan 24 14:56:39 EST 2008

Of interest

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>Subject: [CNI-ANNOUNCE]  Grant Competition:  IMLS/NEH DIGITAL
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>The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the Institute of 
>Museum and Library Services (IMLS) invite applications from U.S. 
>nonprofit organizations to a digital humanities grant competition 
>sponsored by the two federal agencies. The grant program, "Advancing 
>Knowledge: The IMLS/NEH Digital Partnership," seeks applications for 
>projects that would explore new ways to share, examine, and 
>interpret humanities collections in a digital environment and 
>develop new uses and audiences for existing digital 
>resources.   Grants are intended to spur innovation and new 
>collaborations; advance the role of cultural repositories in online 
>teaching, learning, and research; and develop collaborative 
>approaches involving the scholarly community and cultural 
>repositories for the creation, management, preservation, and 
>presentation of reusable digital collections and products.
>Projects must be collaborative with at least one museum, library, or 
>archive as an integral member of the project team. Awards normally 
>are for two years and typically range from $50,000 to a maximum of 
>$350,000. Nonprofit institutions interested in applying can find 
>guidelines online at 
>The deadline for applications is March 18, 2008, and applications 
>must be submitted through 
><http://www.grants.gov>www.Grants.gov.  Applicants are encouraged to 
>contact program officers who can offer advice about preparing the 
>proposal and review draft proposals. Draft proposals should be 
>submitted six weeks before the deadline. Questions and drafts may be 
>submitted by e-mail to <mailto:preservation at neh.gov>preservation at neh.gov

Meg Bellinger
Associate University Librarian for Integrated
Library Systems and Technical Services
Yale University Library

Sterling Memorial Library
130 Wall Street
P.O. Box 208240
New Haven, CT 06520-8240
meg.bellinger at yale.edu
(203) 432-2068

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