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      1,562  Grants awarded for  $726,590,305
      GranteeProjectDateAmountLocationProgram 
      University of North Carolina at Chapel HillCreating a Digital Acquisitions Learning Laboratory05/17/10$50,000Chapel Hill, NC, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of California at Los AngelesCreating Virtual Libraries of the St. Gall Monasteries06/18/10$655,000Los Angeles, CA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Harvard UniversityDeveloping a Digital Corpus for Greco-Arabic Studies 06/18/10$327,000Cambridge, MA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      American Museum of the Moving ImageCollectionSpace 2.0 06/18/10$1,200,000Astoria, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of California at BerkeleyPlanning the California Classical Monographs03/14/11$4,100Berkeley, CA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of North Carolina at Chapel HillDeveloping a Model for Sharing E-books Across Consortia Libraries03/14/11$41,000Chapel Hill, NC, United StatesScholarly Communications
      New York UniversityExamining the Use of Online Forums as Venues for Open Peer Review of Scholarly Articles03/14/11$50,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      RIPM Consortium Ltd.The Monumental Music Journals of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries06/03/11$159,000Baltimore, MD, United StatesScholarly Communications
      New York UniversityArchivesSpace: Building a Next-Generation Archives Management System06/03/11$1,095,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of Nebraska LincolnAbbot: An Online Conversion Tool for Text Interoperability 06/03/11$183,000Lincoln, NE, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of CambridgeDiscovering History in the Cairo Genizah: Navigating the Taylor-Schechter Collection05/31/12$459,000Cambridge, United KingdomScholarly Communications
      Columbia UniversityJazz Discographic Database05/31/12$445,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      New York UniversityArchivesSpace: Building a Next-Generation Archives Management System - Supplement05/31/12$218,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Smithsonian InstitutionManaging Digital Archaeology Information at the Smithsonian06/06/13$497,000Washington, DC, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Association of American University Presses, Inc.Transitional Funding for Residency Grants04/21/14$39,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of PennsylvaniaDigital Library of Northern Thailand Manuscripts04/21/14$50,000Philadelphia, PA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      American Council of Learned SocietiesDigital Innovation Fellowships06/05/14$729,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Stanford UniversityPlanning for Linked Data Infrastructure for Library Cataloging03/18/15$39,000Stanford, CA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Center for Research LibrariesPlanning for Global Resources Collections Initiative04/20/15$21,500Chicago, IL, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Johns Hopkins UniversityMUSE Open Planning04/20/15$49,500Baltimore, MD, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Heidelberg UniversityTranslations and Images of Greek and Latin Inscriptions Online04/20/15$41,500Heidelberg, GermanyScholarly Communications
      University of CalgaryPlanning for Multidisciplinary Research Infrastructure in Libraries05/18/15$58,500Calgary, CanadaScholarly Communications
      Modern Language Association of AmericaHumanities Commons - Phase II06/04/15$225,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      The Regents of the University of CaliforniaJournal Management Initiative 06/16/00$80,000Oakland, CA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of HertfordshireEconomic Study of Digital Reproduction Services04/20/01$50,000Hatfield, United KingdomScholarly Communications