Call For Proposals and Review Panelists for DLG 2023-2024 Subgrants

DLG 2023-2024 Subgrant Call For Proposals

The Digital Library of Georgia (DLG) DLG is soliciting proposals for historic digitization projects costing up to $7500 in DLG services from non-profit Georgia cultural heritage institutions. To encourage applications from community- based archives, we have removed the requirement that applicant organizations be open to the public, and that their collections be available for public research either by appointment or through regular hours. Project metadata will be included in the DLG portal and the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA). Projects may include the reformatting of textual materials (not including newspapers), graphic materials, or audio-visual materials. Applicants should have materials prepared for a project start date of July 1, 2023. For more information about the program and application materials, go to the program homepage.

The 2023-2024 subgrant applicant timeline is as follows:



DLG 2023-2024 Subgranting Review Panelists

We are seeking two review panelists for our 2023/2024 subgranting program. These reviewers will join DLG and Georgia HomePLACE staff as well as representatives of GPLS, GHRAC, and Georgia Humanities in selecting subgranting projects.
Reviewers will have approximately four weeks to review the proposals (due date of May 3). The committee will meet virtually on May 11 at 10 am to determine the program’s awardees for FY 2023/2024.  We discuss each of the proposals in light on the rubric and weigh in on each proposal’s strengths and weaknesses. Awards committee members will recuse themselves from review of a proposal should a conflict of interest exist. 

To apply, please complete our application form by February 1.

Awards committee members will recuse themselves from reviewing a proposal should a conflict of interest exist.

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