Announcing the call for Digital Seed Grants
The Digital Seed Grant competition for 2022-2023 is now open. Walker Library Digital Scholarship Initiatives invites proposals for seed grants to support individual or collaborative digital scholarship projects in research, teaching, or public outreach from any discipline or area at MTSU. The call for proposals (CFP) is open to MTSU faculty, staff, researchers and graduate students pursing digital scholarship projects (from the arts to sciences and everything in between). Projects run from July 1 to June 30. Applications for the 2022-2023 cycle are due April 18, 2022.
Examples of digital projects, past winners, and application guidelines are available at https://dsi.mtsu.edu/dsgrant.
Seed Grants (up to $2,000)
The number of grants available each year will vary, with each at a maximum of $2,000. A list of the awarded projects are available by year: 2021-2022, 2020-2021, 2019-2020, 2018-2019 and 2017-2018.
Example Uses of Seed Grant
· Hiring a student worker to perform data collection or analysis, text encoding, or data entry*
· Digitizing materials not held at Walker Library
· Purchasing specialized equipment for digitization or analysis
· Digital textbook, edition, archive or exhibit
· Media-rich narratives or interactive storytelling
· Use of games, 3D, AR/VR, or maker projects for research or teaching
· Applying geospatial methods to literary texts, historical problems, or scientific discoveries
· Textual, network, audio, or visual analysis
· Pedagogical focus on civic or public humanities