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Israel’s National Library Digital Access Competition ($50,000 prizes)

Yad Hanadiv is distributing up to $3 million to smart and original ideas that use innovative technology to bring content from Israel’s National Library and archives to the broad public. The first prize in each competition category is $50,000.

Tarboot is an international competition organized by Yad Hanadiv and Israel’s National Library that aims to harness the innovative ideas of talented technologists from Israel and overseas. We want your help in bringing our cultural heritage treasures to the attention of audiences in Israel and worldwide and making the Library’s resources more accessible and user-friendly.

Ideas must be groundbreaking, feasible, and have potential for wide impact.

The competition includes 3 tracks:

1. individuals, organizations & companies
2. Start-up enterprises
3. Students

In addition to $50,000 first prizes in each category, Yad Hanadiv will distribute up to $3 million to proposals found suitable for implementation.

Join the Zoom meeting on May 2nd for more information.

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