On Sun, 14 Nov 1999, Jim Whitehead wrote:
> This month's ASIS Bulletin <http://www.asis.org/Bulletin/Oct-99/index.htm=
> has three articles detailing the US Digital Libraries Initiative, Phase 2
> In "Digital Libraries Initiative (DLI) Projects 1994-1999",
> <http://www.asis.org/Bulletin/Oct-99/fox.html>, Edward A. Fox provides an
> overview of the program, and a breakdown of the program in several ways,
> showing which PIs received what funding (table 1), the kinds of disciplin=
> that are involved (anthropology, fine arts, history, sociology, and more,
> listed in table 2), the kinds of content studied, and who is studying the=
> (table 3), and which universities are investigating which topics within t=
> program (table 4).
> In Digital Libraries Initiative =96 Phase 2: Fiscal Year 1999 Awards,
> <http://www.asis.org/Bulletin/Oct-99/griffin.html>, Stephen M. Griffin gi=
> a precis of each major program funded under DLI-2. In summary, they prov=
> an overview of the program.
> In my experience, it is fairly unusual to have such a public description =
> the PIs and their funding levels for a major program.
> - Jim