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      1,562  Grants awarded for  $726,590,305
      Grantee ProjectDateAmountLocationProgram
      New York Metropolitan Reference & Research Library AgencyPreserve This Podcast: procedures and instructional materials01/18/18$142,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      New York Metropolitan Reference & Research Library AgencyStrategic Planning Process09/17/07$50,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical CollegeElectronic Journal02/01/10$50,800Baton Rouge, LA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical CollegeArchive: A Digital Journal09/15/11$108,000Baton Rouge, LA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      San Diego Air & Space MuseumCataloging Special Collections12/06/12$119,700San Diego, CA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Alabama Folklife Association, Inc.Cataloging Special Collections12/06/12$165,900Birmingham, AL, United StatesScholarly Communications
      The University of AlabamaInvisible Histories Project03/06/19$300,000Tuscaloosa, AL, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Los Alamos National Security LLCInvestigation of Usage-Based Scholarly Evaluation Metrics09/15/06$881,000Los Alamos, NM, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture & ArtsMigration to the Millennium - Integrated Library System07/19/10$64,000Santa Fe, NM, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Victoria and Albert MuseumMellon International Dunhuang Archive03/16/01$200,000London, United KingdomScholarly Communications
      Albert-Ludwigs-Universität FreiburgTools and Workflows for Software Curation07/11/16$71,500Freiburg im Breisgau, GermanyScholarly Communications
      HBCU Library Alliance, Inc.Building Capacity for HBCU Libraries' Special Collections04/17/19$88,500Atlanta, GA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Authors Alliance, Inc.Facilitating Rights Reversions to Strengthen the Digital Accessibility of Scholars05/18/15$30,000Berkeley, CA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Modern Language Association of AmericaHumanities Commons - Phase II06/04/15$225,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Digital Public Library of AmericaSustainability and Business Planning06/13/16$804,000Boston, MA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Digital Public Library of AmericaSustaining Digital Public Library of America’s Network and Platform06/06/19$622,000Boston, MA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      College Art Association of America, Inc.Best Practices for Fair Use - Art and Art History12/06/12$630,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Modern Language Association of AmericaMLA Commons03/15/12$83,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Modern Language Association of AmericaGuide to Electronic Textual Editing 01/11/02$40,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Hispanic Society of AmericaThe Altamira Archive of the Hispanic Society of America03/05/12$50,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Modern Language Association of AmericaHumanities Commons07/22/13$40,500New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Modern Language Association of AmericaHumanities Commons - Phase III06/01/17$310,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Jewish Theological Seminary of AmericaConservation Initiatives 03/16/01$474,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      College Art Association of America, Inc.Digital Scholarship Guidelines for Promotion and Tenure in Art and Architectural History10/20/14$90,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Modern Language Association of AmericaJSTOR Modern Language and Literature Journals12/17/99$2,000,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications