ARRL Library – an online resource for Amateur Radio

The ARRL Board of Directors has signed off on a plan to create the ARRL Library, an online repository of instructional and educational material — including submissions from members. The intent is to create shared resources for ARRL members and clubs, in support of their mission to “promote and advance the art, science, and enjoyment of Amateur Radio”.

Initially, curators will be looking for PowerPoint presentations on a wide variety of topics. According to their announcement, “if there’s a topic related to Amateur Radio that you feel would make a good club presentation — technical, instructional, historical, operating — you name it, you are welcome to create the presentation and submit it for consideration”.

Audio and video will be added at a later date.

In addition to these, the ARRL will also be accepting oral histories. Recording the stories for all time of the adventures of amateur radio enthusiasts.

It seems an ambitious project that’s loaded with potential. The new library is slated to go live online sometime in January 2K15 at this URL:

Read all about the project on page 80 in the January edition of QST Magazine.

Filed under: Ham Radio, Syndicate Tagged: arrl

Jeff Davis, KE9V, is a regular contributor to and writes from Indiana, USA.

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