Date: Fri, 13 Sep 1996 06:26:14 -0400


Subject: 10.0258 NEH Deadlines

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 10, No. 258.

Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (Princeton/Rutgers)

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REMINDER NEH Education Development and Demonstration Program

October 1, 1996 Deadlines

The National Endowment for the Humanities supports school teachers and

college faculty in the United States who wish to strengthen the

teaching and learning of history, literature, foreign languages and

cultures, and other areas of the humanities. The deadline for

applications is October 1, 1996 and funding is available for up to

$250,000 total for three years.

TEACHING WITH TECHNOLOGY is a special NEH initiative to support

projects that use today's rapidly evolving information technologies

to improve teaching and learning in the humanities. Proposals may

be submitted for all categories and deadlines.

The Education Development and Demonstration Program

offers the following programs:

--Materials Development Projects

Develop educational materials for national dissemination.

--Curricular Development and Demonstration Projects

Design a humanities study project for teachers or college faculty. Join

with scholars from nearby colleges, universities, museums, and other

cultural organizations to promote an ongoing academic partnership.

Prepare model courses or curricula.

--Dissemination and Diffusion Projects

Share information on exemplary projects in humanities education through


conferences, workshops, and networks.

For more information about these grant opportunities, or if you have ideas


developing a project, please write or call:

Education Development and Demonstration

Division of Research and Education Programs

National Endowment for the Humanities, Room 318

1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20506

Phone: 202/606-8380

FAX: 202/606-8394

e-mail: education[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]

TDD (for hearing impaired only) 202/606-8282

Guidelines and application forms may be retrieved from the NEH World Wide Web

site: (under *EDD Guidelines*)