Frequently Asked Questions

What is the International EA Digital Archive?


The International Employee Assistance (EA) Digital Archive is a free, publicly accessible, repository where EA professionals can post original works, historical documents, or other papers and mixed media related to the EA field. Please see the About page for more information.




How do I search for something on the EA Digital Archive?


The easiest way to search on the EA Digital Archive is to use the search bar located at the top right hand corner of the screen. You can also search by date, author, title, subject, keywords, and collections.




Are there any costs associated with the use of this website?


No. The EA Digital Archive is a free, publicly accessible website. There are no costs to the person wishing to submit their work or the user who wishes to view materials posted in the Archive.




What materials are accepted into the EA Digital Archive?


The EA Digital Archive is a self-sufficient online repository where approved submitters can scan and upload their own materials. Please see our YouTube tutorial for instructions on submitting materials to the EA Digital Archive. If you are submitting materials to the EA Digital Archive for the first time, please contact Dr. Jodi Jacobson Frey at jfrey@ssw.umaryland.edu to complete a one-time EA Digital Archive submitter form.




Who do I contact if I have questions?


Please visit our Contact Us page or click to contact directly by email Dr. Jodi Jacobson Frey or Dr. Patricia Herlihy.




How can I get involved in supporting the EA Digital Archive?


Thank you for your interest in supporting the EA Digital Archive. There are a number of ways you can get involved. One way you can get involved is by submitting original materials to the Archive. You can also help spread the word about the Archive by sharing the resource with others in and around the EA and related fields. Please help to promote the EA Digital Archive by posting the Archive weblink on your website or by printing a flyer about the Archive and distributing to people at conferences and other meetings.

If you are interested in funding a specific archival project, please contact Dr. Patricia Herlihy at pherlihy@rockymountainresearch.us to discuss her availability to work directly with you through her consulting company, Rocky Mountain Research.




How do I access the EA Digital Archive?


You can access the EA Digital Archive by clicking on the "Enter the Archive Here" on the menu bar at the top of the website or by clicking here.





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