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29th April, 2021

UK-US new directions for digital scholarship in cultural institutions: level two

Apply for up to £250,000 to advance digital scholarship in cultural institutions such as museums, libraries, galleries and archives.

You must focus on:

  • organising, creating and interrogating all collection types
  • evolving institutions to face the 21st century
  • fostering digitally enabled equitable participation.

Projects could include:

  • large-scale collaborative projects
  • developing research methods, tools or infrastructure
  • training to provide deeper knowledge of digital scholarship methods.

Applications must be submitted by teams composed of at least one research organisation from the US and one from the UK, in which each country is represented by at least one cultural institution.

For the purpose of this funding opportunity, the term ‘cultural institution’ is conceived broadly and defined as any organisation that collects, organises, preserves, and makes accessible cultural heritage materials to both the academic research community as well as the public (including museums, libraries, galleries, archives, and historical societies).

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