Digitization grants awarded to eight Georgia institutions

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The Digital Library of Georgia (DLG), a University System of Georgia virtual library initiative, has awarded eight institutions – and nine projects – grants of up to $7,500 to digitize historical resources. The goal of the grants is to make these oral, photographic and printed resources available online for free. This is the ninth batch of grants DLG has awarded.

There’s something for just about every interest in the projects receiving this year’s grants, including:

In addition to funding support, DLG collaborates with Georgia’s libraries, archives, museums and other educational and cultural entities to provide online access to information about the state’s history, culture and life. This is done primarily through the development, maintenance and preservation of digital collections and digital library resources.

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