You have arrived at the hub for PSAP help. Depending on your needs, the PSAP offers several levels of help. See the sections below to determine which feature is best suited to your circumstance.
Getting Started is a graphic guide for new users navigating the application for the first time.
Simple Help is designed to provide basic assistance in understanding how to answer assessment questions.
Advanced Help is designed to provide in-depth guidance and context for each question asked during assessment.
The Collection ID Guide is designed to assist with identifying the format and base materials of your resources. It also provides a number of reference and supplementary guides to help establish institutional policies and to support continuing education of staff and volunteers.
The User Manual is designed to assist with understanding and using the application.
Take a look at our short instructional videos to orient yourself if you are new to the application.
Which help feature is right for me?
Do you need a quick, graphic guide to get you started with the tool?
The PSAP Glossary provides definitions of terms that are commonly used in the application.
The PSAP Bibliography contains all of the reference material used in the development of preservation recommendations.
The PSAP project website on the University of Illinois' library page provides information about support, partners, and project development.
The PSAP GitHub contains the openly available code for the application.
The contact email for the project is firstname.lastname@example.org - please contact us if you have a question that cannot be resolved with our help features. Comments and bug reports are also gratefully accepted.