Very nice to see grant opportunities like these popping up for DH community:
In 2013-2014 projects will be funded in two categories.
These are projects that develop innovative uses of digital technology to carry out and/or support undergraduate research in the humanities in classroom settings. Projects may revise current curriculum or invent new classes – courses proposed, however, must result in shareable syllabi and courses taught in the subsequent three years.
These projects may unfold over the course of 1-2 years and should focus on student research—either within or outside formal classroom settings. We especially seek projects that involve sophomore and juniors as part of the student cohort and that develop practical models for continued student research after the life of the grant.
Priority in funding will be given to projects that are interdisciplinary in scope, that develop innovative approaches to student scholarship and learning and that have good potential to transform curricula in ways that persist beyond the grant award.