[Humanist] 27.640 call for nominations: Succeed Award
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Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 27, No. 640.
Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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From: Marco_BÜCHLER <mbuechler at e-humanities.net>
Subject: Succeed Award - Call for nominations
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Succeed Awards - Call for Nominations
The Succeed project is proud to announce the Succeed Awards for text
The Succeed awards will recognise the successful implementation of a
digitisation programme, especially those exploiting the latest
technology and the output of research for the digitisation of historical
1. The winners will be invited to the awards ceremony during the
Digitisation Days, when distinguished personalities and leading
institutions in the digitisation domain will participate.
2. The awards will not convey an additional cash prize, the stress
being in the recognition of leading initiatives and the world-wide
dissemination of these achievements. The Succeed project looks for
the widest impact of this recognition.
Institutions with active digitisation programmes are eligible for the
awards. Consortia are also eligible if represented for this purpose by a
single institution. Members of the Succeed consortium cannot apply for
The committee will take into account:
1. Evidence of the results (efficiency, quality) produced by
integration of technology in the digitisation workflow.
2. Extensibility (potential replication/adaptation) of the experience
to other institutions.
3. Impact on the preservation of cultural heritage.
4. Sustainability, coordination with other initiatives, collaborative
The candidatures must be received before February 15, 2014 (23:59, CET)
and the results will be announced before April 15, 2014.
Nominations must be signed by a representative of the candidate
institution and submitted online using the Succeed _platform_
The nomination must be written in English according to the
1. Milagros del Corral, UNESCO
2. Jill Cousins, Europeana
3. Frank Frischmuth, German Digital Library
4. Michael Keller, Stanford University Library
5. Steven Krauwer, Utrecht University
6. Andrew Prescott, King's College London
For additional information, please
http://www.succeed-project.eu/succeed-awards _ _or contact us
at _succeed at ua.es_ <mailto:succeed at ua.es>.
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