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This section includes Internet resources for applying library grants and funding.

TITLE: Grant Opportunity Resources
DESCRIPTION: This page includes "some of the better known and most reliable resources for gaining the information and expertise needed for an intelligent pursuit of grant funding."--Title screen. It provides links to grant writing resources, search engines for grant resources, and sites providing funding for projects, such as NSF which contains grant proposal guides and forms, and policy information. Its scope is far broader than library science.
KEYWORDS: grants, funding

DESCRIPTION: "Focuses on all aspects of grants and foundations. Any topic relating to grants and foundations is permissible. Grant seeking in education, health care, human services, arts/humanities, public/society benefit, environment, animals, science, technology, international affairs, social science, and religion are permissible topics. In addition, foundation formation, foundation funding, and foundation administration are permissible topics. Also, all aspects of soliciting and receiving contributions to charitable foundations are permissible topics."--New List Announcement.
INSTRUCT: subscribe GRANTS {Firstname Lastname}
KEYWORDS: grants, foundations

DESCRIPTION: This site offers a list of government grants and scholarships available in a database format. Perfect toll for libraries to offer their members access to all government funds available Administrators (NASFAA).
KEYWORDS: grants, government funding, scholarships, educational funds

TITLE: A Guide for Proposal Writing
DESCRIPTION: Provides details information on the process of applying grants from the National Science Foundation. The advices will be useful for other grant applications too.
KEYWORDS: grants, funding, federal, nsf

TITLE: NHMCCD Resource Development
DESCRIPTION: Provides information and links to federal, state, and local sources of grant funds for grant writers, particularly for community colleges.
E-MAIL: Linda Woods Hyman,
KEYWORDS: grants, funding, federal, state, local

DESCRIPTION: "RAMS-FIE is the major link in the electronic transfer of information between research and educational organizations and the federal government." The site contains FEDIX which "provides instant access to federal agency information on research programs, contact information, educational programs and services, equipment grants, procurement notices, minority opportunities and more"; MOLIS which "provides comprehensive information on minority colleges and universities, such as institutional capabilities, student and faculty profiles, educational programs, research centers and more"; and FEDIX Opportunity Alert!!! which "is an e-mail service that automatically delivers funding opportunities to users, targeted to their specific areas of interest."--About. A free Grants Keyword Thesaurus is available for download.
PHONE: 800-875-2562 ; 301-975-0103
KEYWORDS: higher education, research, grants, minority

TITLE: University Departmental and Sponsored Research Offices
DESCRIPTION: A list of links to American university research offices. Each research office provides information on internal grant application and some may provide information on outside funding resources.
PHONE: 202-466-3894
KEYWORDS: higher education, research, grants

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