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Survey-Based Initiative Seeks to Better Understand Professional Development in Museum, Library, and Archives Sectors

If you are a  library, archives, or museum professional, your voice is needed in a national project to better understand continuing education/professional development (CE/PD).

The Mapping the Landscapes project is the first comprehensive effort to establish a national dataset related to CE/PD within and across the library, archives, and museum sectors. This project is a joint effort of the Coalition to Advance Learning in Archives, Libraries and Museums (“Coalition”), the Educopia Institute, and TrueBearing Consulting, funded through a federal grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

You are invited to complete the Mapping the Landscapes survey between now and March 24, 2016. This survey is designed to gather important information on common and unique individual wants and needs for CE/PD across these three sectors. The information gained from this project will advance efforts to make CE/PD more relevant, accessible, and effective in supporting professional development for you and your colleagues.

As a professional who relies on CE/PD resources, this is an opportunity for your voice to be heard! To take the survey right away, just click the following link (one response per device, please)​: Take the Mapping the Landscapes Survey

If you want to learn more, see the Frequently Asked Questions at this link: Mapping the Landscapes FAQs

The survey will be available until March 24, 2016. If you have any questions about this project, please contact Dr. Nathan Brown, Project Research Lead, at nathan@truebearingconsulting.com. Thank you for your interest and support of your profession.