Call for Proposals: Visual Literacy Research Grants from IVLA

The International Visual Literacy Association (IVLA) invites interested members of the
organization to apply for research grants of up to $3,000 USD.

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The purpose of the IVLA Competitive Research Grants Program is to encourage and support empirical research in visual literacy. Grant funds may be used for direct costs associated with the research project, including materials, software, tokens of appreciation for research participants, travel to collect or analyze data, transcription services, research assistants, etc.

Grant funds may not be used for release time, salary, or conference travel, or to pay indirect costs or other overhead. Equipment costs may be allowable if justified. Proposals with matching or in-kind contributions are encouraged. IVLA will award a maximum of three research grants each year. The awarding of grants will depend upon organizational funds and the quality of the grant proposals.


For details about eligibility and how to apply see the Call for Proposals.