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How to Collaborate with IDAH
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EVIA Digital Archive Project
The EVIA Digital Archive Project is a collaborative
endeavor to create a digital archive of
ethnographic field video for use by scholars and
instructors. More info ...
Global Leaders Network
The Global Leaders Network (GLN) is a video
delivery and cataloging platform containing
professional-quality recordings of high-profile
events including presentations, interviews with
visiting executives, and conference panel
discussions. More info ...
AHEYM
The Archives of Historical and Ethnographic
Yiddish Memories (AHEYM, which means
"homeward" in Yiddish) includes approximately
800 hours of Yiddish-language interviews with
350 individuals, most of whom were born between
1900 and 1930. More info ...
COLLABORATE
How to collaborate with IDAH
IDAH partners with faculty and other IUB units in developing and supporting arts and humanities
projects that include digital components.
Through consultation, IDAH’s experienced program administrators and technology developers can help
translate your idea into a structured project. If you plan to submit a proposal for support from a
granting agency, IDAH staff can help you analyze the grant announcement, determine project activities,
staffing, equipment and space needs, and budget; and review the application. IDAH will also write
letters of support confirming its participation in the project.
SOME POINTS TO KEEP IN MIND
IDAH expects to be compensated for such work through payment by the unit, payment through a
grant, or indirect costs.
IDAH allocates its staff time and resources carefully to accommodate the various projects for which it
provides support. Since it cannot support all projects, it must evaluate them to determine which will be
the best fit for IDAH.
IDAH staff begin their evaluation of projects by reviewing short proposals. All IUB faculty and units are
encouraged to propose digital arts and humanities projects to IDAH. The following steps will be taken in
determining whether IDAH will take on a project:
Individuals or units that would like IDAH to collaborate on a project or provide support in some
other way should contact the Co-Director, Suzanne Lodato (smlodato at indiana.edu). They
should send a short (2-4 page) description of their project and the role they propose IDAH would
play. Initial contact should be made no later than two months before a grant proposal deadline.
The Co-Director will discuss the project with the applicant and determine whether to forward the
project description to IDAH staff for further consideration.
If the IDAH staff committee receives the proposal, committee members will discuss the project
and determine whether it will be appropriate to participate in the project as described. Staff will
determine the cost of IDAH’s participation and might propose revisions to the workplan.
COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS
Mapping Antislavery
Archives of Historic and
Ethnographic Yiddish
Memories (AHEYM)
Project Bamboo
Central American and Mexican
Video Archive (CAMVA)
Cultural and Linguistic
Archive of Mesoamerica
(CLAMA)
The Chymistry of Isaac
Newton
Ethnographic Video for
Instruction and Analysis
(EVIA)
Ethnomusicology Multimedia
IU Press, Kent State U Press,
Temple U Press
Global Leaders Network Kelley
School of Business
Sound Directions
HASTAC Scholars
COLLABORATE HOME DIRECTORY GRANTS AND FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES NEWS AND EVENTS FELLOWSHIPS
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