Students independently propose and completes a digital project. Offered as general guidance, examples of acceptable digital projects for the grant track might include:
The creation of a digital edition of a literary work with TEI
The use of GIS to assess spatial changes related to the student’s area of research
The construction of a database of texts, images, or audio recordings for analysis and visualization
For the 2018-2019 grant track, proposals can reach up to $2000.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to discuss their projects with Kelvin Smith's Digital Learning and Scholarship Team prior to submitting an application. Questions or requests to discuss projects for the grant track can be sent to Charlie Harper, Digital Learning and Scholarship Librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The application period for the 2018-2019 Freedman Fellows cohort is now closed.