Videoconferences on federal grant funding opportunities set; first workshop March 1

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2:11 p.m., Feb. 25, 2011----Three federal grant funding workshops will be offered as interactive videoconferences on the University of Delaware campus this semester, courtesy of Information Technologies (IT) and the MAGPI, UD's network provider for Internet2 services.

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Faculty, staff, and students at UD and at Delaware State University are invited to attend. Advance registration is required at the weblinks below.

“Getting Funded in the Digital Humanities: A National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Workshop” will be presented as an interactive videoconference on Tuesday, March 1, from 10-11:30 a.m., in Room 324 Willard Hall Education Building.

Jennifer Serventi, senior program officer in the NEH Office of Digital Humanities, will provide an inside look at the unique funding opportunities within that office and will provide potential applicants with information to help them navigate, apply for and get funding.

UD registration can be completed at this website.

DSU registration can be completed by sending email to [learnit-info@udel.edu] with your name, classification (faculty, staff, student), email address and phone number.

“The Institute of Museum and Library Services: Grants and Programs” workshop will be held April 13, from 10-11:30 a.m., in Room 304 Pearson Hall (Videoconferencing Studio C).

Mary Alice Ball, senior program officer at the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), will present an overview of the various grants and programs that are part of IMLS, the federal agency that supports the nation's 123,000 libraries and 17,500 museums. Topics to be covered include IMLS's grant programs and peer review process, tips on negotiating the application process, and the agency's current strategic priorities: digital inclusion, 21st century skills and digital curation.

UD registration can be completed at this website.

DSU registration can be completed by sending email to [learnit-info@udel.edu] with your name, classification (faculty, staff, student), email address and phone number.

A third program will be announced later in the semester, according to Dick Sacher, associate director of IT. The effort is part of IT's new research computing support initiative. For more information, visit the website.

 

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