Council On Library And Information Resources

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: Arts & Culture

Description

The Council's Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives grants are intended to help digitize rare and unique content in cultural institutions in the United States and Canada that collect, preserve, and share rare and unique materials with the general public. The Program supports digitization project that will thoughtfully capture and share the untapped stories of people, communities, and populations who are underrepresented in digital collections in ways that contribute to a more complete understanding of human history. The Program also prioritizes projects that foreground meaningful engagement with the underserved communities whose stories the source materials tell, and that build inclusive teams across institutional and geographical boundaries. Priority is also given to *** that promote forward-thinking strategies ensuring the long-term availability, discoverability, and interconnectedness of digitized content. It also advocates for approaches to access, description, and outreach that make digitized content as widely available and useful as possible within legal and ethical constraints, center digital inclusion and respect for materials' local context. Additional information as well as application instructions can be found on the Web site.

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