Digital Seed Grant Winners and Final Projects 2020-2021

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Digital Scholarship Initiatives
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Digital Scholarship Initaitives, James E. Walker Library, Middle Tennessee State University
Walker Library Digital Scholarship Initiatives supports individual and collaborative digital projects in research, teaching, and public outreach from any discipline on campus. The Digital Seed Grant is an annual award for start-up funds, developed to encourage and create opportunities for faculty, staff, and graduate students to use digital technologies in their research, service, or teaching. The Digital Seed Grant ( had impressive applications for its fourth year (award period 2020-2021), which initially launched in 2016 for the award period of 2017-2018. The Digital Seed Grant Review Committee and Library Dean decided to award two grants for the 2020-2021 academic year and extended this into 2022 to help projects impacted by Covid. The AY 20-21 awardees were announced on the website at Below is a summary of the winning projects and resulting outcomes.
Hiddentown in 3D by Molly Taylor-Poleskey; Studio Art Teaching Resources by Mark Mcleod