Informational Webinars for Three Connecting Communities Digital Initiative Grants

Update:  Q&A webinar for all three opportunities November 22, 4pm Eastern

The Library will be hosting webinars to share information about the three open grant programs in the Connecting Communities Digital Initiative

Grant for Libraries, Archives, and Museums – Open until December 14

During this webinar, Library of Congress staff will discuss the program, describe the application process and address questions about the grant opportunity. All three webinars will cover the same information.

For more information about the CCDI grant for Libraries, Archives, and Museums, visit: //blogs.loc.gov/ofthepeople/2021/09/ccdi-grant-lam/

  1. September 22 at 3 PM EST: VIEW THE RECORDED WEBINAR

  2. October 15 at 3 PM EST:  VIEW THE RECORDED WEBINAR

  3. October 25 at 3PM EST:  recording coming soon

 

Grant for Minority Serving Higher Education Institutions -  Open until December 14

During this webinar, Library of Congress staff will discuss the program, describe the application process and address questions about the grant opportunity. All three webinars will cover the same information.

For more information about the CCDI grant for Higher Education Institutions, visit: //blogs.loc.gov/ofthepeople/2021/09/ccdi-grant-he/

  1. October 13 at 3 PM EST: VIEW RECORDED WEBINAR

  2. October 22 at 3 PM EST: VIEW RECORDED WEBINAR

 

Artist or Scholar in Residence – Open until December 21

During this webinar, Library of Congress staff will discuss the program, describe the application process and address questions about the grant opportunity. All three webinars will cover the same information.

For more information about the CCDI grant for Artist/Scholar in Residence, visit: //blogs.loc.gov/ofthepeople/2021/09/ccdi-grant-asr/

  1. September 29 at 3 PM EST: Recorded webinar coming soon

  2. October 19 at 3 PM EST: VIEW RECORDED WEBINAR

  3. October 27 at 3 PM EST: VIEW RECORDED WEBINAR

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