The National Lottery Heritage Fund
The National Lottery Heritage Fund is the UK’s largest funder of the cultural heritage sector. Since 1994, The Heritage Fund has awarded £8.8 billion of National Lottery and other funding to more than 51,000 projects across the UK, with the vision that heritage is to be valued, cared for, and sustained for everyone, now and in the future.
The National Lottery Heritage Fund has commissioned the GLAM-E Lab to create resources that range from digitisation good practice to open licensing guidance for funded projects. These include:
Working with open licences: A guide for projects (2021) CC BY 4.0
Digitisation project planner, handbook and examples (2023) CC BY 4.0
Doing digitisation on a budget: A guide to low-cost digital projects (2023) CC BY 4.0