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IA Progress Grants
We are pleased to announce the formation of two Information Architecture Progress Grants. The goal of the grants is to encourage and publicize useful work that furthers our knowledge of information architecture.
Two grants will be awarded in February, 2005. Applicants must be members of the Information Architecture Institute. Each grant is for US$1000, with $500 awarded upon project initiation and $500 awarded upon completion. The Institute's Board of Advisors will judge the applications and select two with the highest potential to benefit the information architecture field.
Applications should propose work that has the potential to benefit information architecture practioners in a practical way. This includes, for example, original research, a new synthesis of important existing research, or development of an innovative new technique. The resulting reports will be published on the iainstitute.org website.
- December 1, 2004: Grants announced
- January 1, 2005: Application deadline
- February 1, 2005: Grant awards announced
- April 1, 2005: Grantees review progress and receive guidance from the Board of Advisors
- July 1, 2005: Completed work is submitted and published on iainstitute.org
Applications should be approximately 1000 words and must contain:
- a description of the problem or hypothesis
- methodology used
- explanation of how the resulting work could benefit IA practitioners in practical ways
We suggest applicants discuss their ideas on the to receive feedback prior to submitting an application. Please applications in plain text format.
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