Saving Oklahoma Collections (SOC) Site Visits


Posted by OMA on 03/01/2013

Saving Oklahoma Collections (SOC) Site Visits

Saving Oklahoma Collections is an initiative of the Oklahoma Cultural Heritage Trust, an alliance between the Oklahoma Department of Libraries Department of Libraries, the Oklahoma Museums Association, the Oklahoma Historical Records Advisory Board,  and the Oklahoma Historical Society.  Funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the Oklahoma Cultural Heritage Trust will work with accepted organizations to develop written plans that will help identify and prioritize needs, as well as support funding for future projects.

Download the Application - Due June 3 

Selected through a competitive application process, up to 25 Oklahoma archives, libraries, or museums will receive in-depth, specialized assistance with their choice of Collections Care/Preservation Plans or Fundraising/Public Awareness Plans in support of collections care. Organizations accepted into the program are required to complete a Organizational Assessment and fully participate in the site visit and any follow-up activities.

Funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the project will work with accepted organizations to develop written plans that will help identify and prioritize needs, as well as support funding for future projects.

More details about the program are available in the Application.