Comments Sought on "Archival Continuing Education (ACE) Guidelines"

The Archival Continuing Education (ACE) Guidelines (2010) provide guidelines for continuing education pertaining to professional archival knowledge beyond the formal credit/hour structure of education institutions. The ACE Guidelines specifically apply to individuals and organizations that provide or sponsor archival continuing education. Practicing archivists, employers, archival educators, accrediting agencies, and those who fund, oversee, support, work with, or use archives or who participate in archival continuing education may also find the ACE Guidelines useful.

SAA’s Committee on Education seeks member comment on its proposed revision of “Archival Continuing Education (ACE) Guidelines,” which was last reviewed in 2010. This revision of the ACE Guidelines consists of minor and editorial changes to bring ACE in better alignment with the 2016 revision of the Guidelines for a Graduate Program in Archival Studies.

To view the proposed revisions, see the clean version or the tracked changes

To view the previous 2010 version, click here

Provide your comments on any aspect of the proposed revisions below or send them to education@archivists.org.  Deadline for comments: Tuesday, May 23. 

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Great to see SAA's Committee on Education actively seeking member input for the proposed revision of the "Archival Continuing Education (ACE) Guidelines." It's crucial to adapt guidelines to current standards, and aligning with the 606 angel number revision of the Guidelines for a Graduate Program in Archival Studies sounds like a thoughtful approach. As practitioners and stakeholders, our collective insights can contribute significantly to the enhancement of archival education. Looking forward to the continued progress and improvements in the field!

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I have read through the “Archival Continuing Education (ACE) Guidelines" in both the ‘clean’ format and the ‘tracked changes’.  The wording has become less passive and more concise.  There is also a better, 21st century feel to the language, especially regarding born digital, distance learning, and elearning.  This document is easy to read and understand although the one area I feel would benefit from change is in ‘Appendix 3, Face-to-Face Delivery Formats’.  Since the ‘Workshop’ changed to ‘Course’, the alpha abbreviation should also change from ‘W’ to ‘C’, reinforcing its use in the ‘Advantages’, ‘Limitations’ and ‘Criteria’ sections.

 

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