ALISE Research Grant Competition

$5,000

Deadline Varies

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) is now accepting proposals for its Research Grant Program Competition. An award of one or more grants totaling $5,000 may be made to support research broadly related to education for library and information science. The Research Grant Award cannot be used to support a doctoral dissertation. At least one applicant in a group submitting a proposal must be a personal member of ALISE as of the deadline date.

    Proposals may not exceed 20 double-spaced pages, excluding CVs. If necessary, supporting information may be included in an appendix. Proposals must include the following information to be considered in the competition:
    -Abstract of the project (not longer than 200 words)
    -Problem statement and literature review (including justification and need for the research)
    -Project objectives
    -Project description
    -Research design, methodology, and analysis techniques (including schedule for competition)
    -Detailed budget (including institutional or departmental contributions, if any)
    -Expected benefits and impact of the research
    -Vita(e) of project investigator(s) may be appended

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Shari Lee
  • 2150 N 107th Street
  • Suite 205
  • Seattle , WA 98133
  • lees2@stjohns.edu
  • 814-238-0254

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