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5th Digital Media and Learning Competition, dubbed The Trust Challenge (Heads UP)

Type: Foundations
Source: HASTAC and MacArthur Foundation
Program: 5th Digital Media and Learning Competition, dubbed The Trust Challenge (Heads UP)
Eligibility:

Applications will open on September 3, 2014.



The Trust Challenge is open to museums, libraries, school
districts, schools, higher education institutions, community
organizations, developers, researchers and others committed to
creative, open connected learning. Successful projects will develop
digital projects and tools designed to build privacy, security,
andĀ 

safety into its digital offerings and build awareness around
data and trust. Projects might include web or online applications,
digital badge systems, data management platforms, online learning
content or other innovations.


Purpose:
The 5th Digital Media and Learning Competition, dubbed The
Trust Challenge, will offer year-long development grants of up to
$150,000 to teams with the most promising innovations for fostering
trusted learning environments online. The open invitation for
proposals is supported by the MacArthur Foundation through a grant
to the University of California, Irvine, administered by HASTAC, an
alliance of more than 14,000 humanists, artists, social scientists,
scientists and technologists working together to transform the
future of learning.



The Trust Challenge is a response to a new report by the Aspen
Institute Task Force on Learning and the Internet that called for
innovations that enable people to pursue learning experiences
online in an environment that is safe and private. The task force
focused on American education, but the Trust ChallengeĀ 

is an international competition because the challenge is
global.

Deadline: 11-03-2014
Award Min: $10,000.00
Award Max: $150,000.00
Quantity: 15 - 25
Period: One year.
Additional
Information
:
Sheryl Grant

Director of Social Networking, HASTAC/MacArthur Foundation
Digital Media and Learning Competition

sheryl.grant@duke.edu





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