Support for the OCHRE Data Service has been generously provided by
“Working together, the University of Chicago Library and Division of the Humanities will use the grant to build a new digital structure, UChicagoNode—the core of what will eventually be a network extending and enhancing the practice of digital research at UChicago and around the world.”
NEH grant to boost UChicago’s creation, delivery of digital collections, research data
NEH grant to transform UChicago’s creation and delivery of digital collections and research data – The University of Chicago Library News – The University of Chicago Library
National Science Foundation (NSF), SI2-SSI; A Computational Research Ecosystem for Scientific Collaboration on Ancient Topics (CRESCAT), Spanning the Full Data Life Cycle, 2015-2019.
Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society; Economic Analysis of Ancient Trade: The Case of the Old Assyrian Merchants of the 19th Century BCE, 2015-2018; An Organon for the Information Age, 2018-2020. The CEDAR Project: Critical Editions for Digital Analysis and Research, 2019-2021.
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), Partnership Grant; Computational Research on the Ancient Near East (CRANE): an Archaeological Data Integration, Simulation, and 3-D Visualization Initiative,2012-2017; CRANE 2.0, 2017-2022.
The Institute for the Study of Ancient Cultures (ISAC) (formerly the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago).
Technical support for OCHRE projects is provided by
The Digital Library Development Center (DLDC) of the University of Chicago
Humanities Computing, Division of the Humanities, University of Chicago
The Research Computing Center (RCC) of the University of Chicago
Intellectual property rights to the OCHRE Java application are held by Scholarly Research Systems, LLC, in which Sandra Schloen (OCHRE developer and Manager of the OCHRE Data Service) has a financial interest.