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Apr 11 / abrin

Announcing the 2012 Digital Antiquity Grants Program

Digital Antiquity solicits proposals to support the archiving of digital archaeological data and documents in tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record –, a international digital repository. Reports and data shared through tDAR are made accessible on the web and their long-term preservation is ensured.

Public agencies, CRM firms, individuals, universities, colleges, and other organizations are invited to submit brief proposals explaining the value of the information to be contributed. A wide array of projects will be considered, such as individual projects, regional archives, and thematic research. Grants up to $7,000 will be awarded.

Rapid review of proposals will begin 15 May, 2012 and continue until funds are committed.

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