Open Humanities Awards: deadline extended to 6 June!
Are you planning a project that uses open content, open data or open source tools to further humanities teaching and research? Are you interested in linked open data, and would you like to build upon the research, tools and data of the DM2E project? This is your chance!
Submit your project to the second round of the Open Humanities Awards for a chance to win €20,000 worth of prize money in one of two dedicated tracks: an Open track and a DM2E track. We have just extended the deadline until Friday 6 June 2014: more information is available from this blog or on http://openhumanitiesawards.org/.