If you’re accepted into the Anti-Racist Digital Research Institute program, you’ll become a part of the Anti-Racism Collaborative at the National Center for Institutional Diversity. The collaborative offers grants, collaboration, and engagement opportunities with the aim to support and amplify anti-racism scholars and their scholarship at U-M.
In addition to grant funds, you’ll receive support for planning through the lifecycle of your project via the week-long institute, including a digital scholarship curriculum, and consultations with library and technical expertise. We may also be able to provide supplemental funds to help reduce barriers to participation.
Planning and expertise
We’ll provide a variety of support to help you plan the early stages of your project. Consultations available include:
- Project workflow development
- Metadata, data management, sustainability, and preservation
- Project infrastructure, including architecture and technical requirements for proposals, like software and hosting options
You’ll also have access to workshops and office hours, as well as receive feedback on grant applications.