Resources and Support
- What happens to my Inventory Project proposal after I upload it to the website?
- What is the American Archive?
- What is the Corporation for Public Broadcasting’s role in the American Archive?
- Should I include my music/lp/cd library in the inventory?
- What is the American Archive Content Inventory Project?
- Is there a place for narrative in my proposal?
- What other projects are associated with the American Archive Initiative?
- Who is eligible to apply for the Content Inventory Project?
- What materials are being inventoried?
- What does CPB funding cover?
- How does my organization apply for a Content Inventory Project (CIP) grant?
- What if my organization doesn’t have staff/expertise to do the inventory?
- What is the next phase of the American Archive after organizations receive funding to do the Content Inventory Project?
- What are the anticipated uses of the American Archive?
- What am I submitting to the Content Inventory Project (CIP) if I participate?
- What rights does my organization grant to CPB and/or WGBH by participating in the CIP and by adding our records to the CIP database?
- What does the inventory process involve? At what level do I inventory my assets? How granular should I get?
- If I participate in the CIP, how soon can I export my records out of WGBH’s online inventory system?
- Will the CIP grant cover indirect costs or “overhead?”
- I don’t know if my existing inventory matches up with what’s in my archive, what should I do?
- I have a mix of inventoried and non-inventoried materials, how should I proceed?