Open Your Hidden Collections
2015 Proposals Submitted
Evaluation Priorities and Criteria
- Preference will be accorded to proposals that demonstrate that improved access will benefit our students and scholars.
- Preference will be accorded to collections that meet the needs of more than one discipline or constituency.
- Preference will be accorded to proposals that are cost-effective and operationally realistic.
- Preference will be accorded to proposals whose scale can vary as more or less resources become available.
- Preference will be accorded to proposals for which the library unit can provide necessary preparatory and follow-on support.
- Applicants are invited to provide matching funds or in-kind support as appropriate.
- Analyze, Digitize, Make Accessible Trial Seven of the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials
- Art of the Maya and Aztec People: Digitizing Tozzer Library’s Mesoamerican Codices
- Art Meets Science: Archives of The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants
- Catching the Wave II: Photographs of the Women’s Movement & MPLP Photograph Cataloging
- Continuing to Reveal the Public School Reports Collection
- Describing and Digitizing Primary Materials of the Pluralism Project
- Digitization of Ukrainian political ephemera (1991 – 2014)
- Discovering Language: Cataloging the Frederick Alexander Rojack Collection at Yenching
- Discovering the Anarchist Princess: Letters to Zoia Sergeevna Obolenskaia and Her Descendents
- Do what you can, with what you’ve got”: Political cartoons in the T. Roosevelt Collection
- Exposing 20th Century Aerial Photographs of Greater Boston, 1952-2002
- Hidden in Plain View: Making Visible the Robbins Library’s Marginalia Collection
- Improving access to historical photographic views of Harvard, 1853-1990
- Increasing Access to the Learned Hand Papers: A First Step
- Making the Slavic poster collection accessible via digitization
- Maximizing Microbiology: Molecular Genetics, Cancer, and Virology, 1936-2000
- Opening Visual catalogs of Japanese early modern Art and Design
- Preserving Legal Works of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic
- Processing the Papers of Stanley S. Surrey
- Revealing Modern Massachusetts: Cataloging Harvard Map Collection Massachusetts holdings
- Revealing Renaissance Art: Mass Digitization of the Berenson Library Photo Archive
- Re-Verb: Creating A Finding Aid for the Packard Collection of Early Recorded Sound.
- Space for discovery and engagement: housing the Manchukuo Collection
- Uncovering the Records of the Harvard Library, 1800-1950: a Widener Centennial Project
- Unveiling for Discovery: Cataloging the MED's Persian Backlog
- Watching legal history: Digitization and enhanced description of A/V materials
- A Wayback Machine to Popular Culture: making our sheet music available for research
- The Youngest of the Arts: The Industrial Film Collection