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      1,594  Grants awarded for  $742,266,305
      GranteeProjectDateAmountLocationProgram 
      University of Texas at AustinRecords of Central Lunatic Asylum for Colored Insane - Tool Development and Policy Research03/12/15$763,000Austin, TX, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of California at DavisPlanning for a Research Library Assessment Dashboard/Toolkit01/25/16$43,500Davis, CA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Emory UniversityModel Publishing Contract for Digital Scholarship02/22/16$73,500Atlanta, GA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Modern Language Association of AmericaHumanities Commons - Phase II06/04/15$225,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Hypothes.is ProjectWeb-based Annotation Tools06/13/16$1,000,000San Francisco, CA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      State University of New York College at BuffaloBook and Paper Conservation Training - Bridge Funding06/13/16$139,000Buffalo, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Digital Public Library of AmericaSustainability and Business Planning06/13/16$804,000Boston, MA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      New Mexico Highlands UniversityPlanning for New Deal Then and Now Crowdsourcing04/24/17$46,500Las Vegas, NM, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Indiana UniversityAudiovisual Metadata Platform Planning Project05/22/17$32,000Bloomington, IN, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Science for MonksSecond Campus of the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives06/01/17$275,000Palo Alto, CA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      The British LibraryBritish Library Labs - Phase III06/01/17$224,000London, United KingdomScholarly Communications
      Council on Library and Information ResourcesPostdoctoral Fellowships in Data Curation for Latin American and Caribbean Studies II06/01/17$981,000Washington, DC, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Associated Colleges of the Midwest, Inc.Newberry Library Seminar in the Humanities06/17/69$70,000Chicago, IL, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Rochester Institute of TechnologyStrategic Planning at the Image Permanence Institute12/13/18$165,000Rochester, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of HoustonLatinx Studies Digital Humanities Center06/06/19$750,000Houston, TX, United StatesScholarly Communications
      American Council of Learned SocietiesACLS Digital Extension Grants09/06/18$3,000,000New York, NY, 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
      Library of CongressAssessment of storage conditions of books in academic libraries12/13/18$540,000Washington, DC, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of VirginiaFederating Repositories of Accessible Learning Materials for Higher Education12/13/18$1,000,000Charlottesville, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Council on Library and Information ResourcesRecordings at Risk: Audiovisual Preservation03/06/19$2,807,000Arlington, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignPDF as an Archival Container for Email06/19/19$45,000Champaign, IL, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Columbia UniversityAudio and Moving Image Digital Preservation09/12/19$750,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignModel Licensing Language for Privacy08/19/19$70,500Champaign, IL, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Nonprofit Finance FundBuilding Financial Resilience in the Digital Humanities12/09/19$1,000,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Esperanza Peace and Justice CenterSupport for Community-Based Archives12/09/19$100,000San Antonio, TX, United StatesScholarly Communications