The Center for Digital Research in the Humanities will consider new Center projects three times per year: November 1, March 15, and August 1 by 11:59 PM. Projects will be selected based on merit as well as the availability of Center staff and resources. Proposals submitted by CDRH Fellows and Affiliates will receive priority consideration. If you are a University of Nebraska researcher and would like to propose a collaborative project with the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities, please fill out one of the following forms.
Pilot or prototype applications are for digital humanities work that is at an early stage of development. Generally, a pilot project will not be permanently hosted on UNL library servers but rather have a short-term lifespan in order to build a proof of concept or demonstration project. Such applications need not be accompanied by other sources of support. Preview all "Pilot/Prototype Site" questions here.
Production applications are for digital humanities work that is at a later stage of development. Projects ready for production mode will often be built on an existing prototype. Production applications should be accompanied either by existing sources of support (internal or external) or active applications for resources to support the work of the project. Preview all "Production Site" questions here.
In exceptional cases, applications will be considered “off cycle”. In such cases, applicants should first contact the CDRH Associate Director Carrie Heitman (firstname.lastname@example.org).