DPLA Announces New Grant
The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) recently announced a new grant that funds continued work around educator professional development and expansion of our Primary Source Sets project. They have just opened a call for excellent instructors in higher education to join their Education Advisory Committee to assist with this exciting new initiative.
Specifically, they are interested in applicants working in humanities fields with US culture including English, Composition, History, Area Studies, Music, and Art History, and education fields including Secondary Education, School Librarianship, and Curriculum and Instruction. Applicants can be employed in various roles in higher education including administration or as professors, lecturers, instructors, or adjuncts.
More information about the program can be found here: https://dp.la/info/2017/03/01/application-for-2017-2018-education-advisory-committee-now-open/
The application will remain open for the month of March, with applications due on March 31, 2017.
Posted: March 8, 2017
Tagged: News of the Profession