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MmITS Training Bursary – Applications Open

£600 towards a conference, training or course of your choice

The second of the three Multimedia and Information Technology in Scotland (MmITS) bursaries is now open for applications.

This bursary will sponsor one individual to attend a course, training or conference of their choice in 2014, relating to the themes of technology within the Library and Information Sector (up to £600 only). To be eligible for a MmITS bursary you must:
  •  Be based in Scotland
  •  Be working within the Library and Information Sector for between 5-20 years
  •  Use, or want to use, technology within your role
  •  Not have received any MmITS funding in the past 3 years

To access the application form use the following link:

Applications will be accepted up until close of business on Friday 29th August so apply today. All applications must be completed online and in full in order to be considered.

Keep an eye on our blog ( and our Twitter account (@MmITScotland) to keep up with details.  Alternatively, if you have any questions about our bursary programme, please contact us by email:

Please note that only session entry fees will be paid for by MmITS. All travel, subsistence and accommodation fees will be the responsibility of the successful applicants. Fees will be paid by invoice to the provider only, and not directly to the successful applicant.


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