IAMSLIC grants for travel support and project-related funding are now administered primarily by the Regional Groups. However, the IAMSLIC Executive Board will still issue a call for grant proposals once per year. Grant proposals will be accepted from members not affiliated with a regional group (project proposals or travel support requests), and from members seeking support from the Guin Fund to attend the annual IAMSLIC conference.
The purpose of IAMSLIC is to provide an association for individuals and organizations with an interest in library and information science, especially as it applies to the recording, retrieval, and dissemination of knowledge and information in all aspects of aquatic and marine science and their allied disciplines. The Association is supportive of efforts to enhance the ability of developing countries to create, access, and share information. As funds are available, IAMSLIC will support projects related to its purpose. Projects should address a clear need related to the above mission statement and should involve partnerships at various levels.
Grant Proposal Guidelines
Project Proposals must include (IAMSLIC Project Grant Application Form):
Conference Travel Support Proposals must include (IAMSLIC Conference Travel Grant Application Form):
For further information, please contact:
Stephen Alayon, IAMSLIC President 2019-2020
Jaime Goldman, Conference Planning Committee Chair (IAMSLIC President-elect)
April 15: The President will issue a call for proposals to all IAMSLIC members. The announcement will specify the amount of funding available to members not associated with a regional group and the amount available from Guin Funds for travel to the IAMSLIC annual conference.
May 30: Completed grant proposals will be submitted to the IAMSLIC President who will review the grant proposals in conjunction with President-Elect (Conference Convener) and junior President-Elect, and will select individuals for funding. Recipients will be notified by the President as soon as possible.
October 20-25: Project grant recipients will present a project summary or progress report at the Annual Conference. This report may be done in person or submitted to the Secretary to be read at one of the general business meetings.