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Name NETWORKED DIGITAL LIBRARY OF THESES AND DISSERTATION (NDLTD)
Research Fields TEST Unrestricted
Categories No categories available
Citizenship No citizenship available
Eligibility The intent of this award is to support current graduate students in the creation of innovative ETDs. We anticipate students will use the award to assist in the purchase of specialized software, computer equipment or other technical support needed in the production or publication of their ETD. Nominations for this award should indicate how the award will support the application and integration of renderings, photos, data sets, software code or other multimedia objects in the studentís ETD.

  • A prospective thesis or dissertation may be nominated by a representative (e.g. administrator, faculty member or librarian) of an institution that is a member of the NDLTD.
  • Each NDLTD member may submit up to 2 nominees. In addition, a student from a member organisation may submit a self-nomination.
  • The nomination should include their approved thesis proposal, along with a brief statement about how the work will use technology to enhance the presentation of the research in the forthcoming ETD.
  • The resulting ETD must be distributed online as open access upon publication.
  • Students must provide an ORCID ID upon acceptance of the award.
  • There may be up to three winners in this category.
  • Each winner will receive $1,000
  • Winners are required to record a video acceptance message (approximately 2 - 3 minutes) that may be presented at the annual symposiumís awards ceremony and distributed online, or provide an acceptance message in writing (500 words or less).
  • Value $1000
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at Masters or PhD students may apply.
    Deadlines May 31
    Application Details For more information on the NTLTD, please visit their website at: http://www.ndltd.org/ndltd-awards/award-nominations Any questions, please contact them by smarion@ndltd.org and visit their website for more details.

    Updated: May 16, 2016
     

     
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