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Curator of Online Training & Resources for Indigenous Cultural Institutions


Online Curator Form

ATALM is seeking volunteer curators to help gather relevant online resources to serve as a portal for information useful to staff of tribal archives, libraries, museums, historic preservation offices, language programs, and other cultural departments. Specific topics include Designing and Building a Museum/Cultural Center, Oral History Programs, Native Language Programs, Archives Development and Management, Collections Care, Community Outreach, Exhibit Design and Development, Historic Preservation and Repatriation, Library Services and Programs, and other topics as identified by the team of curators.

Curators of Online Resources will be recognized in the 2019 ATALM program book and on the web portal. Please use this form to register as a Curator and/or suggest online resources.

Students enrolled in library or museum study programs seeking an internship or special project recognition should email president@atalm.org with your request.

Three types of information are sought:

1. Online Training Resources, including website address and brief description.
2. Sample documents such as policies, procedures, position descriptions, forms, and other documents.
3. Bibliographies of printed materials such as books, journals, and publications.

You may send your recommendations via email to president@atalm.org or use the areas provided below.

If submitting materials through the Online Curator Form (recommended method), you may save your work and resume it later, provided you are working on the same device. ATALM does not receive information until you officially submit it. After submitting your proposal, you will receive a confirmation via email.

For more information about enrolling in the Professional Development program, go to www.atalm.org