• Sheila A Brennan deposited Funding DH Projects at the NEH on Humanities Commons 3 years, 2 months ago

    It can be overwhelming for US-based digital humanities scholars to navigate through the National Endowment for the Humanities’s(NEH) extensive list of funding opportunities to find the right program to fund their digital projects. Since the Office of Digital Humanities (ODH) began in 2008, complementary grant programs have expanded while others emerged across the Endowment to support digital work. ODH remains the home for funding experimental, innovative digital methods and infrastructure projects in humanities research, teaching and learning, public digital humanities, and scholarly communications. Yet, it is only one of many divisions with grant programs funding digital work. The poster will be designed with questions prompting visitors to address the goals, methods, audiences, and/or final products of their digital projects to guide them to finding an appropriate funding opportunity. For example, attendees will learn of the opportunities in the Education Division to fund digital research and pedagogy at HBCUs, HSIs, and community colleges. Other attendees may be interested in hearing that traditional fellowships will fund digital humanities methods leading to traditional outputs (articles, books) and fellowships that fund work on digital publications.