Digital humanists participating in a library workshop [image originally posted here].
As previously announced on this blog, GW has been awarded a substantial Andrew W. Mellon grant to support “Resilient Networks to Support Inclusive Digital Humanities
.” Competitive jump-start grants of $5000 are now being offered to member-institution faculty pursuing digital humanities projects!
Read more about the scale and scope of the Mellon grant here. If you wish to apply for one of these jump-start grants, visit the official link and online application at the GW Libraries site.
Announcement: GW Libraries has been awarded a $500,000 collaborative two-year grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support networked projects in the digital humanities. Congratulations to CCAS Dean Ben Vinson, GW Librarian Geneva Henry, and XD@GW (Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration at GW) Director Diane H. Cline! Read more about this grant at GW Today.
[image via GW Today, October 1, 2014]
Great news! GW Libraries has just received a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission
(NHPRC) to use a social feed manager to aggregate and analyze Twitter data. An application developed by Daniel Chudnov
, Director of Scholarly Technology at Gelman Library
, will aid GW librarians and researchers to collect and store millions of tweets per day.
Read more about this grant and Social Feed Manager at this article that just appeared at GW Today.