Applicants will provide a list of previously published humanities books along with brief descriptions of the books and their intellectual significance. Depending on the length and topics of the books, the number to be digitized may vary. It is anticipated that applicants may propose to digitize a total that ranges from less than fifty to more than one hundred books. Awards will be given to digitize these books and make them available as Creative Commons-licensed ebooks that can be read by the public at no charge on computers, mobile devices, and ebook readers. the deadline is June 10, 2015. Learn more.
Humanities Open Book Program (National Endowment for the Humanities)
by Compendium News Staff | Jan 16, 2015 | Grants and Other Funding Opportunities