Earlier in spring-summer 2020, the Digital Seed Grant Committee was excited to receive applications for its fourth year of awarding Digital Seed Grants. The proposals received were of high quality despite the turn of events with COVID-19 and although these challenges continue, the Walker Library is committed to keeping the library’s charge of accelerating teaching and research with digital technologies and methodologies. One way the library does this is by funding seed grants.
The Digital Seed Grant Committee commends all the applicants on their proposed research or teaching projects. We are pleased to announce the 2020-2021 winners in no particular order:
Project: Hidden Town in 3D Website
Led by Dr. Molly Taylor-Poleskey, MTSU Department of History
Project runs January 19, 2021 through January 18, 2022
Project: Studio Art Teaching Resources
Led by Professor Mark Mcleod, MTSU Department of Art and Design
Project runs September 1, 2020 through December 9, 2021
Congratulations to professors Taylor-Poleskey and Mcleod. Check back later to see project news updates. To read about the next cycle for proposals or to see other Digital Seed Grants awarded, visit the Digital Seed Grant page.