Each Leaders Circle member will be entitled to select FOUR different projects. When casting your votes, consider the criteria posted with the call for applications:
- Is this an innovative and/or creative solution to a well-defined problem?
- Does the project have the potential for broad impact within the LYRASIS community? Is it scalable and/or does it address a common or shared need?
- Will the project advance an important objective of the library, archives and/or museum communities?
The projects with the most votes at the end of the voting period, April 25 through May 2, 2017, will be funded. We expect to fund multiple projects.
The list of applications is below. When you vote, please select your top FOUR choices for consideration.Click Here to Access the Ballot
- Boston College, “Universal Library User Identity System”
- Emory University, “Born-digital Content Viewer for the ArcLight Project”
- Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), “Advancing 3D Digitization and Metadata Conventions”
- Johnson C. Smith University, “A Digital Map of the Historic West End”
- Lee College Library, “WCAG 2 Compliant Digital Archive for a Small Library”
- Library of Virginia, “School Readiness BookPoints Training Materials”
- Lycoming College, “Coming of Age in the Digital Era”
- Old Dominion University, “The Development of an ISpace at ODU”
- University of Massachusetts Boston, “Participatory Community Archiving Event Resources”
- University of North Carolina Charlotte, “Library and Internet of Things (IOT)”
- University of Nebraska at Omaha, “Mobile Digitization for Rural Community Archives”
- University of Virginia, “Web Components Library for Cultural Institutions”
- Washburn University of Topeka, “From Information Literate to Information Fluent: Online Information Literacy Modules for Middle and High Schools”