Please note that this questionnaire does not allow users to save information in stages. Therefore, users might wish to compile the information in the Word document that can be downloaded here, as preparation for the online submission.
Your organisation's full postal address.
Your telephone number. Please include the international dialling code.
The primary contact for this questionnaire response.
The web address for your organisation. ( please include http:// )
What kind of organisation are you?
If your organisation type is not listed above please specify it here.
What collections (if appropriate) of Scottish Gaelic/Irish/ Manx- language sound and video recordings are held by your organisation? Please list them here.
Please indicate the approximate total number of hours of Scottish Gaelic/Irish/ Manx-language recordings you have in your archive?
Please include any other information about the duration of your collection.
Please indicate the types of recording formats that your collection uses. (Choose as many as apply)
Please include any other information about your collections recording formats.
When was the Scottish Gaelic/Irish/ Manx-language sound and video material recorded? (Choose as many as apply)
Please give an overview of the geographical areas represented in the Scottish Gaelic/Irish/ Manx-language sound and video recordings. If further detail for each province/area is easily available we would welcome more specific descriptions in the relevant comment box.
If further detail for each area is easily available we would welcome more specific descriptions in the comment box.
Check this box if your collection relates to the Isle of Man
If other geographical areas not listed above are represented in the Scottish Gaelic/Irish/ Manx-language sound and video recordings please give details here.
What do the Scottish Gaelic / Irish / Manx-language sound and video collections include?
Include any other information about your collection's content types here.
Can members of the public gain access to the Scottish Gaelic/Irish/ Manx-language sound and video recordings, and if yes, please explain how.
Is your Scottish Gaelic / Irish / Manx-language sound and video material digitised? If it is, please specify the status of your digitisation.
Include any other information about your digitisation status here.
If possible, give a brief general history of your Scottish Gaelic/ Irish / Manx-language recordings?
Do written listings/ catalogues/collection-level descriptions exist for the Scottish Gaelic / Irish / Manx-language sound and video recordings?
If there is any further information that you would like to add please do so here.