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Inhaltsangabe: GrantFinder Subject specific guides to funding, extracted from The Grants Register Database The GrantFinder guides present grants data which relates to one subject, in a smaller format but containing the same depth of information as the original Grants Register. The first four subject categories to be available are Science, Medicine, Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences. Anyone involved in the search for funding in further education should own the new GrantFinder guides--the most comprehensive, practical and competitively priced guides to funding available.
From Library Journal:
The venerable Grants Register has given birth to four smaller, junior publications that list postgraduate funding opportunities in specific subject areas. These Grants Register "babies"DArts and Humanities, Medicine, Science, and Social SciencesDare slated to be biannual publications and are to be joined by other junior publications. Like the parent publication, the "babies" are arranged alphabetically by granting agency, and they present the same information included in the parent directory: a full range of contact information; eligibility requirements; the purpose, type, number, and frequency of awards; the amount of the award; the length and place of study; application procedures and closing dates; and additional pertinent information. Like the parent publication, the "babies" have a subject guide and indexes by awards and awarding organization. While the parent guide covers about 3500 awards from about 1400 foundations, trusts, associations, universities, and other agencies from around the world, each of the smaller subject guides covers about 1200-1500 awards from 400-600 granting agencies. Drawing on good genes, the "babies" retain the completeness and authority of the parent within their subject areas. They don't seem to have much direct competition: Peterson's Grants for Graduate and Postdoctoral Study seems to fall about halfway between the Grants Finders and the Grants Register, which is both more comprehensive and pricier. Libraries that do not need access to the full range of awards listed in the Grants Register may want to consider the individual volumes. At about one-third the price of the parent volume, they may also be of interest to the consumer market.DKathy Breeden, Univ. of Tennessee, Chattanooga
Copyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Titel: The Complete Guide to Postgraduate Funding :...
Verlag: St Martins Press
Zustand: Very Good
Auflage: First Edition.
Buchbeschreibung Macmillan, London, 1999. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: No Dust Jacket. Hardcover in good condition. No jacket. Ex-library. Leading corners and spine ends are worn. Library labels on spine foot, front board and front pastedown. Contents are clean and clear. AM. Ex-Library. Artikel-Nr. 452461