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        1,494  Grants awarded for  $680,871,305
        GranteeProjectDate AmountLocationProgram
        Hypothes.is ProjectScaling Annotation in Scholarship and the Humanities05/31/18$2,000,000San Francisco, 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
        Stanford UniversityLinked Data for Production: Pathway to Implementation05/31/18$4,000,000Stanford, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of Nevada at Las VegasCollections as Data: Part to Whole05/31/18$750,000Las Vegas, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of North Carolina PressOpen Access History Monograph Initiative05/31/18$950,000Chapel Hill, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Rebus FoundationOpen Platform for Scholarly Reading and Knowledge Management05/31/18$873,000Montreal, CanadaScholarly Communications
        OCLC, Inc.Infrastructure for shared print collections05/31/18$1,001,000Dublin, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Heidelberg UniversityThe GODOT project: A gazetteer of dating systems from antiquity.05/17/18$80,500Heidelberg, GermanyScholarly Communications
        University of MichiganA Framework for Understanding Ebook Usage05/17/18$93,000Ann Arbor, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Washington State UniversityA Comprehensive Online Portal for Electronic Literature Works05/17/18$42,000Pullman, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyA Landscape Analysis of Open Source Book Production Systems and Publishing Platforms05/17/18$40,500Cambridge, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Shift Design, Inc.A symposium to explore funding practices in community-based archives04/13/18$75,000New Orleans, United StatesScholarly Communications
        The Book Arts Press, Inc.Planning for a Diversity Fellowship Program in Special Collections Librarianship04/13/18$50,000Charlottesville, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of South CarolinaShared Statewide Library Storage and Services Planning Grant 04/13/18$56,500Columbia, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Northeastern UniversityHumanities Open Book03/15/18$38,000Boston, MA, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Council on Library and Information ResourcesDeveloping the Technical Platform for the Digital Library of the Middle East (DLME)03/15/18$1,120,000Washington, DC, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of DelawareColored Conventions Project03/15/18$200,000Newark, DE, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyHumanities Open Book03/15/18$157,000Cambridge, MA, United StatesScholarly Communications
        The Conversation US, Inc.Advancing Public Scholarship in the Humanities03/15/18$235,000Boston, MA, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of Minnesota at Twin CitiesThe Manifold Monograph Publishing Platform, Phase II03/15/18$789,000Minneapolis, MN, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of MichiganThe Fulcrum Monograph Publishing Platform, Phase II03/15/18$1,000,000Ann Arbor, MI, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of HawaiiHumanities Open Book, Phase II03/15/18$100,000Honolulu, HI, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Ithaka Harbors, Inc.Humanities Open Book03/15/18$200,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Fairfield UniversityConduct Unbecoming: Toward a Code of Publication Ethics in Philosophy02/16/18$75,000Fairfield, CT, United StatesScholarly Communications