When: Friday, April 25, noon-1:00
Where: W023 Pattee Library (News and Microforms Library)

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It’s grant season. That means researchers from universities, libraries, museums, and other cultural institutions are competing to secure funding for innovative digital resources. But potential funders want more than just interesting ideas—they want evidence that projects will continue to deliver value well after their creation. Do you have a plan for ensuring your project’s sustainability?

Join us for the Ithaka S+R one-hour webinar on the basics of building a sustainability plan. You will learn:

  • What a sustainability plan includes and how it is different from a data management plan.
  • How to think about life “post-grant” even before your grant has been awarded!
  • What you need to know now, and where it’s OK to guess.
  • The top three pitfalls to avoid when writing your plan.

Who Should Attend:
Digital project leaders from all sectors of higher education and cultural heritage organizations, including:

  • Digital humanists
  • Librarians
  • Curators and other museum staff

Instructors: Nancy Maron and Sarah Pickle

If you are interested in attending, please let us know by signing up here: Sign Up! Registration is not required, but will help us prepare for the event.

For more information, please see the Ithaka S+R blog or contact Dawn Childress (dawn [at] psu [dot] edu) about the venue, accessibility, or other questions.

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