DLG 2022-2023 Subgrant Call For Proposals
The Digital Library of Georgia (DLG) is soliciting proposals for historic digitization projects costing up to $7500 in DLG services from non-profit Georgia cultural heritage institutions.
A couple of significant changes that we have made to this year’s call is removing 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. We made these changes to encourage applications from community-based archives.
The rest of the grant remains the same: project metadata will be included in the DLG portal (dlg.usg.edu) and the Digital Public Library of America (dp.la).
Projects may include reformatting textual materials (not including newspapers), graphic materials, or audio-visual materials.
Applicants should have materials prepared for a project start date of July 1, 2022. For more information about the program and application materials, go to the DLG subgrant program homepage for applicants.
The 2022-2023 subgrant applicant timeline is as follows:
- February 17, 2 pm subgrant webinar
- February 21, 9 am-noon, subgrant virtual office hours
- February 22, 9 am-noon, subgrant virtual office hours
- April 1, 2022 subgrant proposals due
DLG 2022-2023 Subgranting Review Panelists
We seek two review panelists for our FY 2022/2023 subgranting program.
These reviewers will join DLG and GPLS staff and representatives of the Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council (GHRAC) and the Humanities Council in selecting subgranting projects.
Reviewers will have approximately three weeks to review the proposals before meeting virtually on May 10 to determine the program’s awardees for FY 2022/2023.
To apply, please complete our application form by February 22.
Awards committee members will recuse themselves from reviewing a proposal should a conflict of interest exist.
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