Awareness, Outreach & Funding

Awareness & Outreach 

Webcast | UBC Webcast Resource

Webinar | National Archives Media Player

Podcast | LAC Podcast on Archives

Education | AABC Distance Education Training Courses

Education | SAA database on Archival education, training courses and degrees

Resource | Archives Canada Resource Publication Listing

Resource | AABC Archival Resource List

Blog | ArchivesBlog: A Syndicated Collection of Blogs by and for Archivists

Resource | Search the Yukon Archival Union List (YAUL) consists of descriptions of archival material held at publicly-accessible archival repositories in the Yukon Territory. The YAUL has been created by the Yukon Council of Archives with the assistance of the Archives Association of British Columbia. 

Resource | ArchivesCanada The archival descriptions of participating Canadian archives searchable via a combined database

CCA Fundraising 101 [Registered Account required

CCA Advocacy Kit

Preoccupied with our own gardens": Outreach and Archivists by Timothy L. Ericson

An Analysis of Twitter and Facebook Use by the Archival Community by Adam Crymble

Documenting local history: a case study in digital storytelling by Suzanna K.Conrad

Archives Social Media Outreach Examples:

Sample | National Archives Social Media Policies

Sample | Reference and Access Use Service Examples by SAA

Sample | Vignelli Center Instagram Feed

Funding opportunities

  • Find Digitization and Oral History Funds Here

  • Aviva Community Fund Here

  • Native American Scholars Initiative (NASI) Opportunities here

  • Canada Media Fund supporting Canadian television and digital media industries  Here

  • Canadian Heritage Funding List

  • Canada Cultural Investment Fund (CCIF) here

  • Documentary Heritage Community Program (DHCP) Here


  • Regeneration Works Funding List Here

  • The First Sparks Initiatives Arts and Heritage Fund Here

  • This Place Matters Competition Here

  • Yukon Foundation List of Funding Here

  • Yukon Government Funding List Here

  • Yukon Heritage Training Fund

    • The Yukon Council of Archives encourages Individual, General, and Institutional members interested in professional development and training courses, to apply for assistance through the Yukon Heritage Training Fund. If you wish to apply for financial assistance, please consult the Guidelines. They provides information on how money is awarded, who is eligible, how to apply and the responsibilities of the applicant if the application is successful. Otherwise, please take a look at other external funding & advocacy resources listed on this page.