Europeana Research Grants Programme 2017: call for submissions and guidelines for applicants

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Europeana Research is delighted to be launching the second Europeana Research Grants Programme. Applicants are encouraged to come up with individual research projects which make use of Europeana Collections content to showcase and explore the theme of intercultural dialogue. Applicants should employ state-of-the-art tools and methods in digital humanities to address a specific research question. it is expected to see applications employing as much of the Europeana platform (e.g., the API, metadata,) as possible.

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Funding is available for up to 8,000 euros per successful project. Up to three successful proposals will be funded. Funding can be used for buyout of researcher time, travel, meetings, or developer costs. This funding does not include overheads

Read the entire call on Europeana at: https://pro.europeana.eu/post/europeana-research-grants-programme-2017-call-for-submissions-and-guidelines-for-applicants

 

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