Due to the current number of strategic digitization projects, along with other grant funded digitization commitments, the Strategic Digitization Review Group will not be accepting proposals for Fall 2019. Our next proposal review period is scheduled Spring 2020.
Statement of Purpose
The Digitization Review Group, in cooperation with Digital Library Services (DLS), is soliciting proposals from all Libraries units for projects to digitize analog materials in all formats. The purpose of the projects may be to enable or increase access to content, to preserve the content of rare, fragile, or at-risk collections, or both reasons.
The Digitization Review Group is charged with evaluating proposals and establishing the necessary project priorities. Through this digitization program, we intend to provide patrons with greater access to our own unique, distinctive collections by focusing exclusively on those materials that fall outside the scope of the Google Digitization Program. More information about about filling out a proposal can be found on the Frequently Asked Questions page.
The group will solicits proposals twice each year.