Professional Development Survey for Oklahoma Archivists Association (OAA) Members
This is a quick survey to ascertain the interest of OAA members in different professional development opportunities. Professional development refers to the acquisition of skills and knowledge for career advancement. The survey should only take 5-10 minutes. With a better understanding of your needs, the OAA Board will be able to schedule more relevant professional development opportunities for the association. If you have any questions or would like to offer more detailed suggestions please contact
Thank you!
How long have you been working in the archival profession?
Within the archival profession what sector do you work in?
What types of professional development opportunities are you likely to take advantage of (check all that apply):
What is your preferred method of delivery for training/workshops/conferences?
What distance are you willing to travel for professional development opportunities?
How much annual funding does your employer allocate for professional development?
Which topics would you be interested in attending if the OAA were to arrange a workshop/training for? (select all that apply)
Rank the top 5 topics in order of your interest or need
1st Choice
2nd Choice
3rd Choice
4th Choice
5th Choice
Foundational archival work (assessment, arrangement, etc..)
Advanced archival work (Digital preservation, conservation etc…)
Administrative (budgeting, policy, staffing)
Collection Management (collection management systems, digital asset management, physical storage)
Outreach (community engagement)
Content Management Systems
Managing copyright
Society of American Archivists Digital Archives Specialist (DAS) Curriculum and Certificate Program
Academy of Certified Archivists CA certification courses
Promoting Collections (public relations/marketing/social media/engaging faculty...)
Grant writing
Access to archival collections
Please provide any training, topics or opportunities not listed that you, as an OAA member, would be willing to attend or partner with another organization in learning more about:
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