Course & Webcast Proposal Form

The Society of American Archivists invites the submission of proposals for half-day, one-day, and two-day courses, webcasts and online courses. Proposals may be submitted at any time, with the exception of proposals for pre-conference courses which must be submitted early in the year for each year's annual meeting.

Proposals should build on or enhance SAA’s current continuing education offerings. Existing programs are listed in the SAA Course CatalogQuestions? Contact

Does this offering fit well within either the Arrangement & Description or Digital Archives Specialist certificate program?

Describe the in-person course, online course or webcast, listing at least three learning objectives, and describing what attendees will be able to takeaway from this educational offering.

Check any that could apply.

Check any that could apply.

Within which tier does the course or webcast best fit? See Tier Definitions for more information.

If this offering fits within the A&D curriculum, please choose at least one Core Competency applicable to the course.

If this offering fits within the DAS curriculum, please choose at least one Core Competency applicable to the course.

Please choose all that apply.

List any SAA courses that you suggest participants should take before attending this course, and describe any experience or knowledge participants should have prior to taking this course.

Describe the schedule of the course, including times, topics, and online or in-person activities.

List any keywords from the SAA Glossary that will help potential participants find and gauge the value of the course.

Describe how this course relates to other current SAA continuing education offerings. Does it fill a gap, complement other courses, or provide an advanced perspective of a topic?

List any equipment or materials that participants must acquire prior to the course, including any specific software that must be downloaded.

For in-person courses, describe any required AV equipment and setup for the classroom (e.g., classroom-style, round tables, additional tables, lectern, projector).

Include a bibliography of relevant readings.

List contributors who should receive credit for their contributions to the development of the course.

Date of the latest version of the course.