JISC and the NEH (National Endowment for the Humanities) have now received all the applications for the second phase of transatlantic digitisation.
As with the first phase, the quality of bids looks high. 28 applications have been received and it is likely that three or four of these will receive funding of up to £200,000 ($280,000) to be split between the project partners
The marking process is continuing over the next few weeks. Once the successful proposals have been agreed upon and ratified by the relevant funding agency committees, the winners will be announced. This is scheduled for early August