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        1,494  Grants awarded for  $680,871,305
        GranteeProjectDateAmountLocationProgram 
        LYRASISCollectionSpace Market Analysis10/18/17$90,000Atlanta, GA, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Hypothes.is ProjectScaling Annotation in Scholarship and the Humanities05/31/18$2,000,000San Francisco, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Northeastern UniversityHumanities Open Book03/15/18$38,000Boston, MA, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Johns Hopkins UniversityResearch Libraries Group Affiliation03/19/80$58,000Baltimore, MD, United StatesScholarly Communications
        New York UniversityResearch Libraries Group Affiliation03/19/80$56,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of North Carolina at Chapel HillExtending the Reach of Southern Audiovisual Sources05/31/18$1,752,000Chapel Hill, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of California at Los AngelesCommunity Archives Internship Project05/31/18$331,000Los Angeles, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Shift Design, Inc.A symposium to explore funding practices in community-based archives04/13/18$75,000New Orleans, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignDeveloping a Test for Object Reuse and Exchange 01/28/08$23,300Champaign, IL, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Society of Architectural HistoriansArchitecture Visual Resource Network03/14/08$2,718,000Chicago, IL, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of PittsburghStrengthening University Presses03/13/09$750,000Pittsburgh, PA, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of OxfordArchive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama03/13/09$579,000Oxford, United KingdomScholarly Communications
        Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical CollegeElectronic Journal02/01/10$50,800Baton Rouge, LA, United StatesScholarly Communications
        King’s College LondonPrototype Prosopography of Medieval Physicians 03/19/10$50,000London, United KingdomScholarly Communications
        Winthrop Group, Inc.Gutenberg-e Publishing Project - Phase II03/19/10$198,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Rochester Institute of TechnologyContinuation of Studies into the Preservation of Digitally Printed Materials in Cultural Heritage Institutions03/10/11$600,000Rochester, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of ChicagoEmergency Rescue Project to Record and Distribute the Persepolis Fortification Archive, III03/10/11$636,000Chicago, IL, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of OxfordOnline Egyptological Bibliography03/10/11$609,000Oxford, United KingdomScholarly Communications
        WGBH Educational FoundationDigital Library - Phase III - Participatory Cataloging03/10/11$500,000Boston, MA, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of IllinoisEnsuring the Scalability and Interoperability of eXensible Catalog's Metadata Services 03/10/11$100,000Urbana, IL, United StatesScholarly Communications
        The Frick CollectionReframing Collections for a Digital Age01/30/12$50,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignOpen Annotation - Annotation Ontology Data Model Reconciliation01/30/12$29,500Champaign, IL, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Internet ArchiveStrengthening Technical Infrastructure and Accessibility Improvements of Librivox.org03/05/12$50,000San Francisco, CA, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Amherst CollegeFolger Digital Folio of Renaissance Drama for the 21st Century - Planning Phase03/05/12$41,000Amherst, MA, United StatesScholarly Communications
        New York Public LibraryResearch Collections and Preservation Consortium 03/15/12$335,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications